Visiting Professors

The course is taught by FEP/cef.up own staff and by visiting lecturers. Leading scholars in their fields of research are annually invited to lecture two courses: History of Economic Thought, and Advanced Economic Analysis (AEA). Four to five different week-long intensive modules make up each annual edition of the AEA course.

Over the years, the program benefitted from the contribution of visiting professors such as (non-exhaustive listing):

Charles Evans (Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago – Monetary and Fiscal Policy)

Bennett McCallum (Carnegie-Mellon University – Monetary Policy Rules)

Antonio Ciccone (Universitat Pompeu Fabra – Trade, Institutions and Growth)

Charles Goodhart (London School of Economics – Central Banks)

Barry Eichengreen (University of California, Berkeley – International Financial Architecture)

Eytan Seshinski (Hebrew University, Jerusalem – Pension Reform and Annuity Markets)

Ricardo Reis (Princeton University – Price-setting and Inflation Dynamics)

Kjetil Storesletten (University of Oslo – Macroeconomics and Inequality)

Vincenzo Quadrini (University of Southern California – Incomplete Markets and Heterogeneous Agents)

Russell Cooper (University of Texas at Austin – Dynamic Economics)

Daniel Ackerberg (University of California, LA – Industrial Organization and Econometrics)

Per Krusell (Princeton University – Macroeconomics and Inequality)

Philipp Schmidt-Dengler (London School of Economics – Empirical Methods in Applied Economics)

Inés Macho-Stadler (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona – Economics of Information)

Paul Belleflamme (Université Catholique de Louvain – R&D and Intellectual Property)

Fatih Guvenen (University of Minnesota – Macroeconomics)

Nuno Limão (University of Maryland – Trade Policy)

Diego Puga (Universidad Carlos III-Madrid – Cities and Economic Geography)

Jean Gabszewicz (CORE and Université Catholique de Louvain – Network Externalities)