Renzo Daviddi

Dr. Renzo Daviddi retired from the European External Action Service (EEAS) at the end of 2016 after having been the Deputy Head of the European Union Delegation to Bosnia and Herzegovina since March 2011. He had previously hold positions as Head of the European Commission Liaison Office in Kosovo and Head of Political and Economic Section of the EC Delegation in BiH. Before joining the European External Action Service, Dr. Daviddi held several positions within the Directorate General for Economic and Financial Affairs of the European Commission. Dr. Daviddi has an extensive knowledge on the economic, social and political realities of countries in transition, and most notably of the Western Balkans. He has also a wide-ranging knowledge of Community policies and the functioning of the Union, especially EU enlargement. His previous academic career (at the European University Institute, at Bocconi University in Milan and European Institute of Public Administration in Maastricht) was mostly focused on macroeconomics of transition, as well as international economic and financial matters. He has published several articles and edited four books on transition economics and EU enlargement matters. Dr. Daviddi holds a Laurea in Scienze Economiche (Summa cum laude) from the University of Siena, Italy (1981), a Master’s Degree in Social Sciences (Russian East European Studies and Economics) from the University of Birmingham, UK (1984) and a PhD in Economics, European University Institute, Florence, Italy (1988).

Emina Kadric