Professor Giglio’s unique background in business, public policy and finance is rooted in his experience in Wall Street, in management consulting, in government service and in academia.
“Government’s Role in Creating a Transportation Technology Ecosystem” (with John H. Friar)
“Implementing the Vehicle Infrastructure Integration Vision: Lessons from the Past”
“Financing Intermodal Freight Investments in the United States: Challenges and Opportunities” (with Daniel J. McCarthy)
“Private Toll Roads: Is the Glass One-Quarter Full or Three Quarters Empty?”
“Evaluating a Proposed Micro Credit Program for a Developing Country”
“Market-Based Technology Diffusion”
“America’s Transportation Future”
“Highway Robbery is Alive and Well”
Teach Capstone Course: Strategy Decision Making.
From: September 1996 to present
“Fast Lane to the Future” Hudson Institute, Washington D.C. 1996
“Mobility” Hudson Institute, Washington D.C. 2006
“Driving Questions” Hudson Institute, Washington D.C. 2007
“Judges of the Secret Court” Hudson Institute, Washington D.C. 2008
Outstanding Professor at the College of Business, Northeastern University 1998 through 2000.
First Inductee into ITSA Hall of Fame
Finance, Deploying Technology and Strategic Decision Making
Researching a new book project on the origins of the financial and economic crisis.