Alessandro Rebucci

Assistant Professor of Finance, Johns Hopkins Carey Business School

Alessandro Rebucci is Assistant Professor of Finance at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School where he teaches International Finance and Financial Institutions. He holds a joint appointment with the Economics Department of the JHU Krieger School of Art and Science. He is a Non-resident Faculty of the Beijing School of Foreign Studies (BSFU) School of International Business, a Research Fellow at the Center for Applied Financial Economics at the University of Southern California (USC), and a member of the IMF Advisory committee on housing and housing finance issues.

Previously he held policy and research positions at the Inter-American Development Bank (2008-2013) and at the International Monetary Fund (1998-2008). He holds a PhD in economics from the University of London (UK) and a MSc and a Laurea in economics from Bocconi University (Italy). His current research focuses on the theory and the measurement of macro-prudential policies, and particularly capital controls. Another area of research interests is the comparison of boom-bust cycles in house prices in emerging and advanced economies.

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