Gianni Toniolo

Gianni Toniolo

Research Professor Emeritus of Economics

External Address: 
419 Chapel Drive, Soc Sc Build 213, Durham, NC 27708
Internal Office Address: 
Box 90097, Durham, NC 27708-0097
Phone: 
(919) 660-1855

Professor Toniolo specializes in the field of European economic history in the 19th and 20th Centuries. He is interested in exploring European economic growth, international monetary cooperation, financial history and distribution of welfare and income over the last two centuries. His latest projects include the titles, “A Benevolent Industrial Revolution?” and “The Gold Standard: Commit or Shadow?” Other titles of his more recent published papers are, “The Global Economy in the 1990s. A Long-run Perspective” with P. Rhode; “Central Banking Cooperation at the Bank for International Settlements;” “The European Economy Between the Wars” with C. Feinstein and P. Temin; and others.

He has also written several books on similar subjects, including Central Bank Cooperation at the Bank for International Settlements, Patterns of European Industrialization: the Nineteenth Century with R. E. Sylla, The Global Economy in the 1990s, A Long-run Perspective, and The European Economy Between the Wars with C. Feinstein and P. Temin.

Professor Toniolo is currently continuing his research on the study of industrialization during the “first globalization,” European economic development from 1800-present, post-unification Italy, and the general history of money, central banking, and financial markets and institutions.

Toniolo, G. ““La storia economica dell’Italia liberale: una rivoluzione in atto”.” Rivista Di Storia Economica 19 (December 2004): 247–64.

Toniolo, G., L. Conte, and G. Vecchi. “Monetary Union, institutions and financial market integration: Italy, 1862-1905.” Explorations in Economic History 40, no. 4 (January 1, 2003): 443–61. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.eeh.2003.08.001. Full Text

Rossi, N., G. Toniolo, and G. Vecchi. “Is the Kuznets curve still alive? Evidence from Italian household budgets, 1881-1961.” Journal of Economic History 61, no. 4 (December 1, 2001): 904–25.

Boltho, A., and G. Toniolo. “The assessment: The twentieth century - achievements, failures, lessons.” Oxford Review of Economic Policy 15, no. 4 (December 1, 1999): 1–17.

Toniolo, G., and A. Boltho. “"The Assessment: The Twentieth Century - Achievements, Failures, Lessons".” Oxford Review of Economic Policy XV, no. 4 (December 1999): 1–17.

Toniolo, G. “Europe's golden age, 1950-1973: Speculations from a long-run perspective.” Economic History Review 51, no. 2 (January 1, 1998): 252–67. https://doi.org/10.1111/1468-0289.00090. Full Text

Toniolo, G. “Europe’s golden age, 1950-73: speculations from a long-run perspective.” The Economic History Review LI, no. 2 (1998): 252–67.

Crafts, N., and G. Toniolo. “Economic growth in Europe since 1945.” Economic Growth in Europe Since 1945, January 1, 1996.

Crafts, N., and G. Toniolo. “Economic growth in Europe since 1945.” Economic Growth in Europe Since 1945, January 1, 1996.

Toniolo, G., P. Temin, and C. Feinstein. “Three shocks, Two Recoveries? Historical Parallels for the end of the cold War.” Rivista Di Storia Economica, 2nd Series XI (1994): 297–316.

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