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CURRICULUM VITAE

PEDRO H. ALBUQUERQUE

April 15, 2014

 

PERSONAL

ACADEMIC BACKGROUND

EDUCATION

  • University of Wisconsin – Madison, Ph.D. in Economics, December 2001.

  • University of Wisconsin – Madison, M.S. in Economics, August 1998.

  • University of Brasília, M.S. in Economic Policy, December 1994.

  • University of Brasília, Electrical Engineering, August 1988.

FIELDS OF INTEREST

  • Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics.

  • International Economics.

  • Econometrics.

  • Public Economics.

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIPS

  • American Economic Association (AEA).

  • Econometric Society (ES).

  • European Economic Association (EEA).

ACADEMIC HONORS

  • Second prize winner (among fifty-three candidates) of the VI Brazilian National Treasury Competition, Topics in Public Finance, with the article "Os Impactos Econômicos da CPMF: Teoria e Evidência" ("The Economic Impacts of the CPMF: Theory and Evidence"). Brasília, 2001.

  • Passed with Distinction the macroeconomics preliminary exam for the Ph.D. degree in Economics. University of Wisconsin – Madison, 1997.

  • M.S. Dissertation approved with Honors. University of Brasília, 1994.

WORK EXPERIENCE

ACADEMIC AND TEACHING EXPERIENCE

  • Associate Professor at the KEDGE Business School and fellow of the GREQAM and the IDEP, Aix-Marseille University (Aix-Marseille School of Economics), since Fall 2010. Teaches or taught:
    (1) Global Business Environment (Master ESC);
    (2) Global Political Economy (Master ESC);
    (3) International Money, Banking and Financial Regulation (Master ESC);
    (4) International Trade Policy and Business Strategy (Master ESC);
    (5) Sustainable Development (CESEMED);
    (6) Macroeconomics (Renmin University of China);
    (7) Banking and Financial Econometrics (Master 2).

  • Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Minnesota Duluth, Labovitz School of Business and Economics, Department of Economics, from Summer 2007 to Spring 2010. Taught:
    (1) Monetary Theory and Policy;
    (2) Principles of Economics: Macro;
    (3) Money and Banking;
    (4) Public Finance;
    (5) Macroeconomic Analysis;
    (6) Tools: Applications of Economic Analysis (Advanced Econometrics).

  • Assistant Professor of Economics at Texas A&M International University, College of Business Administration, from Fall 2002 to Summer 2007. Taught:
    (1) Money and Banking;
    (2) International Economics (Ph.D.);
    (3) Advanced Econometrics (Ph.D.);
    (4) Managerial Economics (MBA and undergraduate).

  • Teaching Assistant at the University of Wisconsin – Madison, Department of Economics, from Spring 1997 to Spring 1998. Taught:
    (1) Principles of Macroeconomics;
    (2) Intermediate Macroeconomics.

  • Teaching Assistant at the University of Brasília, Department of Economics, in 1993. Taught:
    (1) Applied Time Series and Forecasting.

SELECTED PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • Consultant to the Tunisian Institute of Competitiveness and the Quantitative Studies (ITCEQ) under the technical assistance support of the African Development Bank, from December 2010 to Mars 2011.

  • Senior Adviser to the Research Department of the Central Bank of Brazil from July 1999 to July 2002. Member of the team of economists that implemented the inflation-targeting monetary regime in Brazil.

  • Research Adviser to the Central Bank of Bolivia under the technical assistance program of the Monetary and Exchange Affairs Department, International Monetary Fund, from May 13 to 25 and October 28 to 29, 2002.

  • Research Adviser to the Central Bank of Angola under the technical assistance program of the Monetary and Exchange Affairs Department, International Monetary Fund, from February 11 to 19, 2002.

  • Economic Analyst of the Central Bank of Brazil from January 1992 to July 1995. Member of the team of economists that implemented the monetary stabilization program of 1994 (Plano Real).

  • Adviser to the Bureau of the Public Debt Commissioner, Brazilian Secretariat of the National Treasury, from August 1991 to January 1992.

  • Public Budget Analyst of the Brazilian Secretariat of the Federal Budget from November 1990 to August 1991.

ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Faria, J. R., A. V. Mollick, P. H. Albuquerque and M. A. Léon-Ledesma (2009): "The Effect of Oil Price on China's Exports," China Economic Review, 20 (4), 793-805.

  • Albuquerque, P. H. and S. Gouvea (2009): "Canaries and Vultures: A Quantitative History of Monetary Mismanagement in Brazil," Journal of International Money and Finance, 28 (3), 479-495.

  • Mollick, A. V., J. R. Faria, P. H. Albuquerque and M. A. Léon-Ledesma (2008): "Can Globalisation Stop the Decline in Commodities’ Terms of Trade?" Cambridge Journal of Economics, 32 (5), 683-701.

  • Albuquerque, P. H. (2007): "Shared Legacies, Disparate Outcomes: Why American South Border Cities Turned the Tables on Crime and Their Mexican Sisters Did Not," Crime, Law and Social Change, 47 (2), 69-88.

  • Albuquerque, P. H. (2006): "BAD Taxation: Disintermediation and Illiquidity in a Bank Account Debits Tax Model," International Tax and Public Finance, 13 (5), 601-624.

  • Rivas, A., A. Rodriguez and P. H. Albuquerque (2006): "Are European Stock Markets Influencing Latin American Stock Markets?" Análisis Económico, 21 (47), 51-67.

  • Albuquerque, P. H. (2003): "A Practical Log-Linear Aggregation Method with Examples: Heterogeneous Income Growth in the USA," Journal of Applied Econometrics, 18 (6), 665-678.

ARTICLES REVISED AND RESUBMITTED TO REFEREED JOURNALS

  • "Optimal Time Interval Selection in Long-Run Correlation Estimation."

ARTICLES SUBMITTED TO REFEREED JOURNALS

  • "Femicide Rates in Mexican Cities along the US-Mexico Border: Do the Maquiladora Industries Play a Role?" (with P. R. Vemala).

WORKING PAPERS

  • "Inequality-Driven Growth: Unveiling Aggregation Effects in Growth Equations."

  • "The Increasing Impact of Spain on the Equity Markets of Brazil, Chile and Mexico" (with A. Rivas, R. Verma, and A. Rodriguez).

TRADE JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Albuquerque, P. H. (2006): "When Laredo Turned the Tables on Crime," Crime & Justice International, 22 (94), 29-31..

  • Albuquerque, P. H. (2001): "Os Efeitos Econômicos da CPMF" ("The Economic Effects of the CPMF"), Carta de Conjuntura - Economia em Perspectiva (Conjunctural Letter - Economic Perspectives), 149. Conselho Regional de Economia - 2a Região - SP: São Paulo (Regional Council of Economics of São Paulo).

BOOK CHAPTERS

  • Albuquerque, P. H. (2002): "Os Impactos Econômicos da CPMF: Teoria e Evidência" ("The Economic Impacts of the CPMF: Theory and Evidence"), in Finanças Públicas: VI Prêmio Tesouro Nacional – 2001. STN: Brasília (book containing the VI Brazilian National Treasury Competition winning articles).

TEXTBOOKS AND ANCILLARIES

  • Author of the PowerPoint slides that accompany the textbook Modeling Monetary Economies: Second Edition by Bruce Champ & Scott Freeman. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

SELECTED PROCEEDINGS ARTICLES

  • "Inequality-Driven Growth," Proceedings of the 2004 Far Eastern Meeting of the Econometric Society (FEMES), Seoul, June 2004.

  • "How Bad Is BAD Taxation? Disintermediation and Illiquidity in a Bank Account Debits Tax Model," Proceedings of the 2002 North American Summer Meeting of the Econometric Society (NASM), Los Angeles, June 2002.

  • "Using a Money Demand Model to Evaluate Monetary Policies in Brazil" (with Solange Gouvea, University of California, Santa Cruz and Central Bank of Brazil), Proceedings of the XIX Latin American Meeting of the Econometric Society (LAMES), São Paulo, July 2002.

  • "A Simple Nonparametric Long-Run Correlation Estimator," Proceedings of the VI Annual Meeting of the Latin American and Caribbean Economic Association (LACEA), Montevideo, October 2001.

MONOGRAPHS

  • Albuquerque, P. H. (2001): "Three Essays on Time-Series Macroeconomics." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Wisconsin – Madison. Dissertation Advisor: Dr. Kenneth D. West. Readers: Dr. Yuichi Kitamura and Dr. Donald Nichols. Nonreaders: Dr. Bruce Hansen and Dr. Ananth Seshadri.

  • Albuquerque, P. H. (1994): "Do Agente Microeconômico à Função Macroeconômica: Uma Proposta para a Agregação com Exemplos" ("From the Microeconomic Agent to the Macroeconomic Function: An Aggregation Proposal with Examples"). M.S. Dissertation, University of Brasília. Advisor: Dr. Alexandre A. Tombini.

ACADEMIC PRESENTATIONS

SELECTED PRESENTATIONS BY INVITATION

  • "How Bad Is BAD Taxation? Disintermediation and Illiquidity in a Bank Account Debits Tax Model," International Monetary Fund, Washington, DC, November 2001.

  • "How Bad Is BAD Taxation? Disintermediation and Illiquidity in a Bank Account Debits Tax Model," EPGE – PUC Rio – USP Meeting of Macroeconomics, Rio de Janeiro, August 2001.

  • "Monetary Regime and Shocks," Brazilian Financial System Workshop for the Chinese Mission in Brazil, University of Brasília, November 2000.

SELECTED PRESENTATIONS IN CONFERENCES

  • "The Effects of Nonlinear Aggregation on the Relationship between Inequality and Growth," International Workshop on Nonlinear and Asymmetric Models in Applied Economics, Paris, April 2012.

  • "A Statistical Evaluation of Femicide Rates in Mexican Cities along the US-Mexico Border," 2008 Latin American Meeting of the Econometric Society (LAMES), Rio de Janeiro, November 2008.

  • "A Statistical Evaluation of Femicide Rates in Mexican Cities along the US-Mexico Border," 2008 Meetings of the Canadian Law & Economics Association (CLEA), Toronto, September 2008.

  • "Shared Legacies, Disparate Outcomes: Why American South Border Cities Turned the Tables on Crime and Their Mexican Sisters Did Not," 2006 Latin American Meeting of the Econometric Society (LAMES), Mexico City, November 2006.

  • "Inequality-Driven Growth: Unveiling Aggregation Effects in Growth Equations," 2005 North American Winter Meeting of the Econometric Society (NAWM), a joint meeting with the American Economic Association as part of the Allied Social Science Association Meeting, Philadelphia, January 2005.

  • "Inequality-Driven Growth," 2004 Far Eastern Meeting of the Econometric Society (FEMES), Seoul, June 2004.

  • "How Bad Is BAD Taxation? Disintermediation and Illiquidity in a Bank Account Debits Tax Model," 2002 North American Summer Meeting of the Econometric Society (NASM), Los Angeles, June 2002.

  • "A Simple Nonparametric Long-Run Correlation Estimator," 56th Econometric Society European Meeting (ESEM), Lausanne, August 2001.

ACADEMIC SERVICES

GRANTS

  • Dean's Research Publication Award, Labovitz School of Business and Economics, University of Minnesota Duluth, Fall 2009.

  • Dean's Research Publication Award, Labovitz School of Business and Economics, University of Minnesota Duluth, Spring 2009.

  • Dean's Travel Fund, Labovitz School of Business and Economics, University of Minnesota Duluth, Fall 2008.

  • Dean's Research Publication Award, Labovitz School of Business and Economics, University of Minnesota Duluth, Fall 2008.

  • Office of the Vice President for Research Special Research Funding, University of Minnesota, Spring 2008.

  • Texas Center Research Fellows Grant Program, Texas A&M International University, 2006.

  • College of Business Administration Summer Research Grant, Texas A&M International University, 2006.

  • University Grant, Texas A&M International University, 2005-2006.

  • College of Business Administration Summer Research Grant, Texas A&M International University, 2005.

  • Faculty Senate University Mini-Grant, Texas A&M International University, 2004-2005.

  • Texas Center Research Fellows Grant Program, Texas A&M International University, 2004.

  • College of Business Administration Summer Research Grant, Texas A&M International University, 2004.

  • College of Business Administration Summer Research Grant, Texas A&M International University, 2003.

  • Journal of Applied Econometrics Travel Grant (Common Features in Rio), 2002.

  • Review of Economic Studies Travel Fund, 2002.

  • CNPq (Brazilian National Research Council) Doctoral Scholarship (joint with the Central Bank of Brazil), 1995-1999.

  • Central Bank of Brazil Doctoral Scholarship (joint with the CNPq), 1995-1999.

  • CNPq (Brazilian National Research Council) Scientific Initiation Scholarship, 1987.

EDITOR, REFEREE AND REVIEWER

  • Creator and first editor of the Central Bank of Brazil Working Paper Series, from June 2000 to October 2001.

  • Refereed articles for:
    (01) Journal of International Economics;
    (02) Journal of Money, Credit and Banking;
    (03) Journal of Public Economics;
    (04) Journal of International Money and Finance;
    (05) Scottish Journal of Political Economy;
    (06) Economic Modelling;
    (07) Economic Development and Cultural Change;
    (08) Research in International Business and Finance;
    (09) Journal of Economics and Business;
    (10) Geopolitics;
    (11) Economics Research International;
    (12) International Trade Journal;
    (13) Journal of Borderlands Studies;
    (14) International Journal of Economic Sciences and Applied Research;
    (15) Pesquisa e Planejamento Econômico;
    (16) Revista Brasileira de Economia;
    (17) Revista Economia.

  • Book reviewer for South-Western/Thomson Learning.

  • Book reviewer for McGraw-Hill.

ACADEMIC ADVISING AND SUPERVISION

  • Academic advisor, program ESC Master, since 2011.
  • Academic advisor, program CeseMed, since 2010.
  • Academic advisor, Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) of the University of Minnesota, from November 2008 to April 2009.
  • Academic advisor, Ph.D. in International Business, Texas A&M International University, from April 2006 to May 2007.

  • Institutional graduate supervisor, Central Bank of Brazil, January 2001 to July 2002.

CONFERENCE ORGANIZATION

  • Organizing committee member of the Twelfth Annual Conference Western Hemispheric Integration in a Competitive Global Environment, Laredo, March 2007.

  • Program Co-Chair of the Tenth Annual Conference Western Hemispheric Development Challenges in the Global Context, Laredo, April 2005.

  • Coordinator of the Cross-Border Workshop of Economics and Finance, Laredo, October 2004.

  • Organizing committee member of the Ninth Annual Conference Trade and Investments in the Americas: The Challenge of Globalization, Laredo, March 2004.

SELECTED CONFERENCE CHAIR ACTIVITIES

  • International Workshop on "Poverty and Individual Decisions in Developing Countries: What Do We Learn from Macroeconometrics?" AFD and Aix-Marseille School of Economics (AMSE), Marseille, October 2011.

  • Workshop "Financial integration/Globalization and economic crisis: What are the links?" Aix-Marseille School of Economics (AMSE), Aix-en-Provence, March 2011.

  • Session "Inequality and Growth," 2005 North American Winter Meeting of the Econometric Society (NAWM), a joint meeting with the American Economic Association as part of the Allied Social Science Association Meeting, Philadelphia, January 2005.

  • Session "Growth I," IX Annual Meeting of the Latin American and Caribbean Economic Association (LACEA), San Pedro, November 2004.

  • Session "Economic Resources and Trade," 8th Conference Free Trade in the Americas, Laredo, April 2003.

  • Session "Taxation," XIX Latin American Meeting of the Econometric Society (LAMES), São Paulo, July 2002.

  • Session "Monetary Policy," V Meeting of the Network of America Central Bank Researchers, Centro de Estudios Monetarios Latinoamericanos (CEMLA), Rio de Janeiro, October 2000.

SELECTED CONFERENCE DISCUSSANT ACTIVITIES

  • Workshop "Financial integration/Globalization and economic crisis: What are the links?" Aix-Marseille School of Economics (AMSE), Aix-en-Provence, March 2011.

  • Session "Security Issues," Eleventh Annual Conference Global Trade & Investment Challenges for Western Hemispheric Development, Laredo, April 2006.

  • Session "Growth I," IX Annual Meeting of the Latin American and Caribbean Economic Association (LACEA), San Pedro, November 2004.

  • Session "Income Inequality," Conference Economic Growth and Distribution: On the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, Lucca, June 2004.

  • Session "Open Macroeconomics and Growth," Ninth Annual Conference Trade and Investments in the Americas: The Challenge of Globalization, Laredo, March 2004.

OTHER SELECTED ACADEMIC SERVICES

  • Jury member, SimONU, Fall 2011.

  • Jury member, KEDGE Business School ProAct, since Fall 2011.

  • Jury member, KEDGE Business School Admissions, since Spring 2011.

  • LSBE Technology Committee, University of Minnesota Duluth, from Fall 2009 to Spring 2010.

  • LSBE Intellectual Contributions Committee, University of Minnesota Duluth, Fall 2007 to Spring 2009.

  • SACS Assessment Committee of the BBA in Economics Program, Texas A&M International University, from Spring 2005 to Spring 2006.

  • International Business Administration Ph.D. Committee, Texas A&M International University, from Fall 2003 to Spring 2004.

OTHER INFORMATION

LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY

  • English: fluent speaker.

  • French: fluent speaker.

  • Portuguese: native speaker.

  • Spanish: good reader, basic speaker.

GENERAL INTEREST

  • Lato Sensu Post-Graduate Degree in Public Policy and Public Administration, National School of Public Administration (ENAP), Brasilia. Brazil (September 1990).

  • Worked as an electronic engineer (project coordinator) from 1988 to 1990.

  • Skilled in programming techniques and languages (BASIC, FORTRAN and PASCAL), econometric software (GAUSS, Limdep, Nlogit, EViews, PCGive, SAS, SCA, Stata and TSP), and calculation software (Mathcad).


 

 

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