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Julian di Giovanni appointed Co-Director of the CEBRA International Trade and Macroeconomics programme

Julian di Giovanni appointed Co-Director of the CEBRA International Trade and Macroeconomics programme

He will lead the research programme on the nexus between international trade and macroeconomics during a three-year appointment

31.05.2019

 

Prof. Julian di Giovanni

UPF professor of economics Julian di Giovanni has been appointed Co-Director of the International Trade and Macroeconomics (ITM) research programme at the Central Bank Research Association (CEBRA). The appointment is for a three-year term, and he will share directorship with Prof. Andrei Levchenko from the University of Michigan.

The ITM programme brings together researchers with interests at the intersection of international trade and international macroeconomics. The programme gathers both established and young researchers and provides a forum for interaction, development of ideas, and dissemination. By including both academics and researchers at central banks and other policy institutions and promoting their interaction, the ITM programme seeks to pursue both excellence in cutting-edge research and its application to the most important policy-relevant questions.

CEBRA's mission is to encourage applied and theoretical research on topics relevant to central banks, financial regulators, international financial institutions, and fiscal authorities, as well as to connect the research staff of these institutions with academia. Currently, CEBRA connects researchers from around 60 central banks, IFIs, and academic institutions.

Find out more about Prof. di Giovanni on his personal website.

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