Fabio Verona works as adviser in the Research Unit of the Bank of Finland. His main area of research is macro-finance, both theoretical and applied. In his recent works he has focused on the role of model uncertainty for monetary and macroprudential policy analyses, and on applying wavelets methods to forecast stock market returns and to study the dynamics of inflation and investment behavior. Past research focused on including informational and financial frictions in DSGE models. He has contributed to the development of the DSGE models (Aino 2.0 and Aino 3.0) currently used for forecasting and policy simulations at the Bank of Finland. Before joining the Bank of Finland, he was a “Robert Solow” post-doc fellow at the Institute for Monetary and Financial Stability (Goethe University Frankfurt). He obtained his PhD in Economics from the University of Porto in May 2011, and was a visiting PhD student at Columbia University for the academic year 2009-2010.
Macro-finance, monetary and macroprudential policies.
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