Carlo Cottarelli

Carlo Cottarelli (; born 18 August 1954) is an Italian economist and former director of the International Monetary Fund.

On 28 May 2018 he was designated Prime Minister of Italy by President Sergio Mattarella, to lead a caretaker government that would bring Italy toward new elections. However, after few days, the Five Star Movement and the League reached an agreement and a new government, led by Giuseppe Conte, was formed. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Cottarelli, Carlo
Published 1998
International Monetary Fund

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by Cottarelli, Carlo
Published 1994
International Monetary Fund

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by Cottarelli, Carlo
Published 2010
International Monetary Fund

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by Cottarelli, Carlo
Published 1990
International Monetary Fund

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by Cottarelli, Carlo
Published 2005
International Monetary Fund

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by Cottarelli, Carlo
Published 1994
International Monetary Fund

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by Cottarelli, Carlo
Published 1997
International Monetary Fund

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by Cottarelli, Carlo
Published 1993
International Monetary Fund

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by Cottarelli, Carlo
Published 1998
International Monetary Fund

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by Cottarelli, Carlo
Published 2009
International Monetary Fund

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by Cottarelli, Carlo
Published 2016
International Monetary Fund

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by Cottarelli, Carlo, Gerson, Philip R., Senhadji, Abdelhak S.
Published 2014
The MIT Press

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by Giannini, Curzio
Published 1998
International Monetary Fund
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by Schaechter, Andrea
Published 2010
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by Bartolini, Leonardo
Published 1991
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by Kourelis, Angeliki
Published 1994
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by Doyle, Peter
Published 1999
International Monetary Fund
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