Nicola Bilotta

Position: 
Researcher
Expertise: 
Economy
Finance
Economic governance

Nicola Bilotta is Researcher at IAI where he works on international political economy, digital economy and geofinance. From 2016 and 2018, he worked as a Research Analyst at The Banker Research Team (Financial Times), with which he still collaborates as analyst. In addition, he was Associate Fellow at the Seven Pillar Institute of Finance & Ethics and researcher at the Istituto di Alti Studi di Geopolitica e Scienze Ausiliarie (IsAG). Nicola holds a BA with honours in History, a MA in Historical Science from the University of Milan and a MSC in Economic History from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).

From Strategic Autonomy to the Internationalization of the Euro

Nicola Bilotta, Alissa Siara
Rome, IAI, April 2020, 5 p.
In: IAI Commentaries

Libra and the Others: The Future of Digital Money

Nicola Bilotta, Fabrizio Botti
Rome, IAI, November 2019, 24 p.
In: IAI Papers

Fintech is the Future

Nicolò Sartori, Nicola Bilotta
in World Energy Magazine, year 11, No. 44 (October 2019), p. 62-69
In: Other papers/articles

The Rise of Tech Giants. A Game Changer in Global Finance and Politics

Nicola Bilotta, Simone Romano,
Bern [etc.], Peter Lang, 2019, 180 p.
In: Global Politics and Security

La geopolitica del digitale

Jean Pierre Darnis, Carolina Polito,
Rome, Nuova Cultura, September 2019, 177 p.
In: Quaderni IAI

Focus euroatlantico, n. 12 (aprile-settembre 2019)

Riccardo Alcaro,
Rome, Senate, September 2019, 47 p.
In: Reports for Parliament

Libra or Zuck-Coin? Risks and Opportunities of Facebook's Cryptocurrency

Nicola Bilotta, Franco Passacantando
Rome, IAI, July 2019, 4 p.
In: IAI Commentaries

Tech Giants in Banking: The Implications of a New Market Power

Nicola Bilotta, Simone Romano
Rome, IAI, June 2019, 20 p.
In: IAI Papers

Venezuela's Crisis: Italy Clashes with the EU Common Approach

Nicola Bilotta
Rome, IAI, February 2019, 4 p.
In: IAI Commentaries

Focus euroatlantico, n. 10 (ottobre-dicembre 2018)

Riccardo Alcaro,
Rome, Senate, December 2018, 53 p.
In: Reports for Parliament