Education

  • PhD, Northeastern University
  • MBA, Columbia Business School
  • MPA, New York University
  • AB, Rutgers University

Selected Publications

  • Giglio, J.M., and Charles Chieppo, “Metro Transport Corporations: A New Model for Managing the Surface Transportation Revolution” Journal of Business and Economics. July/August 2019.
  • “Government's Role in Creating a Transportation Technology Ecosystem” (with John H. Friar) International Business Research Journal, Spring 2017.
  • Giglio, J.M., John Friar, and W.F. Crittenden, “Integrating Life Cycle Asset Management”. Business Horizons. July/August 2018.
  • Giglio, J.M. and John Friar, “An Evaluation of Availability Based Payments”. Journal of Business and Economics. January 2017.
  • Giglio, J.M. “Making the Cut: Surgery on the Board”, Business Horizons, pp. 67-75, January 2016.

Research & Teaching Interests

Professor Giglio has research and teaching interests in Capital Markets, Privatization, Technology, Transportation, and Business Strategy. Giglio's unique background in business, public policy, and finance is rooted in his experience in Wall Street, in public service, in management consulting and in the academia. He served as Executive Vice President at Smith Barney, President of Chase Municipal Securities, and Senior Managing director at Bear, Stearns & Co. He also served as Chairman of Apogee Research Inc., a leading infrastructure consulting firm. Giglio held a series of senior management positions with the Federal Government and with both the City and State of New York.

He served as chairman of President Reagan's National Council on Public Works Improvement and chaired the U.S. Senate Budget Commission on Innovative Financing of Infrastructure. Giglio served as chairman of the board for the Intelligent Transportation Society of America and as a Special advisor to the Office of the Secretary of Transportation. Additionally, he served as the vice chairman of the Hudson Institute, a leading public policy organization in Washington, D.C. and an board member of the Pioneer Institute. He has sat on the board of a number of private and public corporations. Professor Giglio has authored five books while teaching at Northeastern and is a columnist for Gatehouse Media, Inc.

Industry & Academic Experience

Giglio's unique background in business, public policy and finance is rooted in his experience in Wall Street, in public service, in management consulting and in academia. He served as Executive Vice President at Smith Barney, President of Chase Municipal Securities, and Senior Managing director at Bear, Stearns & Co. He also served as Chairman of Apogee Research Inc., a leading infrastructure consulting firm. Giglio held a series of senior management positions with the Federal Government and with both the City and State of New York.

He served as chairman of President Reagan's National Council on Public Works Improvement and chaired the U.S. Senate Budget Commission on Innovative Financing of Infrastructure. Giglio served as chairman of the board for the Intelligent Transportation Society of America and as a Special advisor to the Office of the Secretary of Transportation. Additionally, he served as the vice chairman of the Hudson Institute, a leading public policy organization in Washington, D.C. and an elected board member of the Pioneer Institute. Finally, he has sat on the board of a number of private and public corporations.

Awards & Recognition

  • Elected Chair of the Intelligent Transportation Society of America
  • Recognized as Investment Banker of the Year by the American Banker
  • Appointed Chair of the National Council on Public Works Improvement