Dante Roscini is Professor of Management Practice and LE Simmons Faculty Fellow at Harvard Business School. He teaches the elective course Managing International Trade and Investment in the Business, Government and the International Economy Unit. He joined the Harvard faculty in 2008 and has published a number of cases and notes related to sovereign debt, monetary policy, central banking, and international investment. He holds an MBA from Harvard (1988) and a summa cum laude degree in nuclear engineering from the University of Rome, Italy (1981). Before coming back to HBS Mr. Roscini spent twenty years in investment banking with senior positions in New York and London at Goldman Sachs, Merrill Lynch, and Morgan Stanley. He is an honorary member of the Foreign Policy Association in New York and is on the board of several European companies.
Professor of Management Practice, Harvard Business School
Co-Chair, European Economic Policy Forum, CES, Harvard University