PhD, New York University

Originally from
Mexico City

Isaac Baley is Assistant Professor at UPF.

He received his PhD in Economics from New York University and a Master in Economic Theory from Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México.

His research has the objective to understand how agents behave in environments with information frictions and the implications of these choices for macroeconomic outcomes. His work spans a wide range of topics including firm's pricing behavior, monetary policy, international trade and labor markets.

Previously he was economic advisor at the Mexican Ministries of Economics and Finance, where he was responsible for designing and implementing policies to expand access to financial markets.

Barcelona GSE Working Papers

Isaac Baley and Julio A. Blanco

Menu Costs, Uncertainty Cycles, and the Propagation of Nominal Shocks

Isaac Baley, Laura Veldkamp and Michael Waugh

Information Globalization