Myriam Zandonini is Research Associate of the International Economics Research department at Chatham House. Previously, she worked as Teaching and Programme Assistant at the Catholic University of Milan (Italy). A graduate in International Relations and Economics, her main research interests are Transatlantic relations, the framework of European economic governance and G20 and global governance.
Her recent publications include:
- Myriam Zandonini, “Multiple Currencies for a Multipolar World: All Change…or Not?”, Programme Paper – Chatham House, April 2013
- Myriam Zandonini, “Trends and Leadership Challenges in the Evolution of the Global Economic System”, with Davide Tentori, Transworld Working Paper Series, No.9, March 2013
- Myriam Zandonini, “EU External Action: Economic Priorities and Policies for a European Strategy”, with Davide Tentori, in A Marrone, N Pirozzi (eds.), European Union (EU) External Action: Priorities and Policies – Conference paper from the EGS conference organised by Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI) – Rome, 21/22 January 2013
- Myriam Zandonini, “The EU and the US: Partnership in search of leadership”, Chapter, ESPO Report, Academia Press, November 2012