|Publication||Year of publication||Type of publication|
|Albuquerque, P. H. & S. Gouvea (2009): "Canaries and Vultures: A Quantitative History of Monetary Mismanagement in Brazil," Journal of International Money and Finance, 28 (3), 479-495.||2009||Refereed Article|
|Faria, J. R., Mollick, A.V., Albuquerque, P. H. & Léon-Ledesma, M. A.(2009): "The Effect of Oil Price on China's Exports," China Economic Review, 20 (4), 793-805.||2009||Refereed Article|
Pedro ALBUQUERQUEFinance & Economics
Dr. Pedro H. Albuquerque has been an Associate Professor at KEDGE Business School since the fall 2010. He holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Wisconsin - Madison. Before joining KEDGE, he worked as an Assistant Professor at Texas A&M International University and the University of Minnesota Duluth, and as an Economic Researcher and Advisor with the Central Bank of Brazil and the International Monetary Fund. His teaching and research interests are in the fields of Public Economics, Development Economics, Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics, International Economics, and Law Economics. His research has been published in prestigious academic journals with impact well beyond the academic domain; for example, his work on bank account debits taxation and Mexican-American border crime has received the attention of the general and specialized press in different countries, contributing to the public debate on these matters.