Fernando Broner

CREI, UPF, and Barcelona GSE


PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Fernando Broner is Senior Researcher at CREI and Barcelona GSE Research Professor. He is one of the directors of the Master in International Trade, Finance and Development at the Barcelona GSE and teaches in the PhD program of UPF. He is a Research Fellow at the CEPR and a Co-Editor at the Journal of International Economics. He received his PhD in Economics at MIT in 2000. 

He has been Visiting Professor at MIT, Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland, Advisor at the Bank of Spain’s Division of International Economics, and Visiting Scholar at the IMF and World Bank. He was awarded a European Research Council Starting Grant in 2010 for the project "International Capital Flows and Emerging Markets." His research interests include International Economics, Finance, and Macroeconomics.

Barcelona GSE Working Papers

Fernando Broner, Tatiana Didier, Sergio L. Schmukler and Goetz von Peter

Bilateral International Investments: The Big Sur?

Fernando Broner, Alberto Martín, Lorenzo Pandolfi and

Winners and Losers from Sovereign Debt Inflows: Evidence from the Stock Market

Fernando Broner, Daragh Clancy, Alberto Martín and Aitor Erce

Fiscal Multipliers and Foreign Holdings of Public Debt