Matteo Duiella

European Commission, Directorate - General Employment, Social Affairs & Inclusion

Matteo Duiella is an economist specialised in labour market and social policies. He joined the European Commission in 2012, working as economic analyst in the unit responsible for monitoring labour market reforms in Member States.

Among his various assignments over the years, he has been responsible for the implementation of financial assistance programmes to Cyprus, Romania and Greece. Recently, after contributing to develop a benchmarking framework for unemployment benefits, he worked on the proposal establishing SURE, the European instrument for temporary support to mitigate unemployment risks in an emergency. Of Italian nationality, he graduated from Bocconi university in Milan and holds another Master in economics from Pompeu Fabra university, Barcelona. Before joining the Commission, he was pursuing a PhD in economics at the Catholic University of Louvain-la-Neuve.