Lorenzo Caliendo

Assistant Professor of Economics, Yale School of Management

Lorenzo Caliendo is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Yale School of Management. He performs research on International trade. His research focuses on understanding what are the trade and welfare effects of international trade policy, on how firm’s organisational structure and productivity change when firms grow and as a consequence of foreign trade competition, and on what are the macroeconomics effects of international trade and growth. He is also an Assistant Professor of Economics at the Department of Economics of Yale University (by courtesy), a Faculty Research Fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research, and a Research Staff of the Cowles Foundation for Research in Economics. He is affiliated to the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs at Yale University and a member of the Uruguayan National Academy of Economics (ACADECO).

He was a Visiting Research Fellow at the International Economic Section, Department of Economics of Princeton University and a Lecturer in Economics at the University of Chicago. He received the National Prize in Economics (Premio Raúl Trajtenberg) Uruguay, Udelar. He holds a Licenciatura in Economics from the Universidad Católica del Uruguay (UCUDAL), a Master of Commerce from Auckland University, New Zealand, a Master of Arts in Economics from the University of Chicago and a PhD in Economics from the Department of Economics of the University of Chicago.

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