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  • Title: Director Letter - Economics of Public Policy - Barcelona GSE
    Descriptive info: FAQ.. News.. Events.. Home.. ».. » Director's Letter.. Admissions.. Student Resources.. News & Media.. Master in Economics of Public Policy.. Nezih Guner.. Program Director.. Director Biography.. Teaching, professional activities, and the latest research from the Economics of Public Policy director.. Letter from the Director.. Dear Prospective Student,.. The 2012-2013 was the first academic year for new Master Program in Economics of Public Policy.. The class of 2013 celebrated their graduation on July 8, 2013 and are excited to face the challenges that lie ahead.. We are looking forward to welcome our new students, the class of 2014, in September.. Everyday policy makers in governmental and non-governmental institutions face the challenging task of designing and implementing public policies.. These policies range from active labor market programs that try to increase the probability of unemployed finding jobs to family policies that help working parents to balance the responsibilities of home and work; to income maintenance programs that provide financial support to poor families; to education programs that try to allocate students to schools and help children from poor backgrounds achieve their  ...   ever, faced with limited resources, governments must make tough choices.. This makes policy evaluation an exciting but challenging task.. Designing, implementing and evaluating public policies requires an interdisciplinary approach that brings together tools and knowledge from a diverse set of disciplines.. The Economics of Public Policy Program aims at providing students with the tools of economic and quantitative analysis used in public policy design and evaluation.. Our aim is to combine theoretical foundations with a command of empirical tools and an understanding of institutional structures.. The academic community in Barcelona provides us with an excellent faculty to achieve this goal.. We encourage all applicants who want to enter the exciting world of public policy to have a careful look at our program.. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.. Director,.. Master in Economics of Public Policy - Program Overview.. Join this master program.. Admission Criteria.. Application Deadlines.. Masters Brochure.. [pdf].. Academic Calendar.. Master Degree in Specialized Economic Analysis awarded jointly by:.. Share this page:.. Directors Letter.. Description.. Director.. Courses.. Student Profile.. Alumni Outlook.. Contact GSE..

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  • Title: Courses - Economics of Public Policy - Masters - Barcelona GSE
    Descriptive info: » Courses.. A letter to prospective students.. from Prof.. Nezih Guner, Program Director.. The Economics of Public Policy Program aims to provide students with the tools of economic and quantitative analysis used in public policy design and evaluation.. Director Letter.. Courses 2013-14.. The courses in the Economics for Public Policy Program are organized into three terms.. In September, students will be provided with review courses on Mathematics and Statistics.. These courses are not mandatory but very highly recommended to assure a smooth start in the program.. Download brush-up course syllabus [pdf].. Fall Term (Ciutadella Campus).. The first term provides students with.. core concepts in Economics.. (individual decision making, strategic interactions among agents, markets, the role of government, role of information in economic decisions, basic quantitative techniques).. The main purpose of these courses is to create a common language among students who possibly come from different backgrounds.. In this term, the students will also take a course on.. Introduction to Economics of Public Policy.. that will introduce them to the basic issues in identifying causal effects of public policy on economic behavior.. Course Title.. ECTS.. Professor(s).. Econometrics.. *.. 6.. Javier Gómez Biscarri.. Microeconomics.. 3.. Pau Olivella.. Introduction to Game Theory.. Juan José Ganuza.. Macroeconomics.. Information Economics.. Pedro Rey.. Introduction to Economics of Public Policy Evaluation.. Caterina Calsamiglia.. * Course offered jointly with Competition and Market Regulation / Health Economics and  ...   the students with a broader view on public policy, focusing on more specific tools, such as.. Survey Methods.. and.. Cost-Benefit Analysis.. , and on different areas of public policy.. Students will be able to take courses offered by the Economics of Public Policy master program as well as several other courses on public policy offered by other master programs within Barcelona GSE.. Students will be guided to select courses to achieve a more in-depth knowledge of particular areas.. Students will be exposed to the views of experts from fields other than Economics to have an appreciation of the multidisciplinary nature of.. public policy design and evaluation.. In this term particular attention will also be given to.. institutional structures.. and how they shape the design, implementation and outcomes of public policies.. A.. master project.. , which will be supervised in regular meetings, will allow students to put their knowledge into practice and improve their writing and expositional skills.. Survey Methods.. Manuel Arellano.. Olympia Bover.. Pere Riera.. Public Policy in the European Union.. Giuseppe Bertola.. Albert Bravo-Biosca.. Master Project.. 6.. Elective (credits subject to director s approval).. Economics and Politics of Conflict.. Laia Balcells.. Joan-Maria Esteban.. Demography: Economic and Sociological Perspectives.. Gosta Esping-Andersen.. Libertad González.. Advanced Micro II: Economic Analysis of Law.. Rosa Ferrer.. Labor Economics.. Nuria Rodriguez Planas.. Political Economy.. Enriqueta Aragonés.. Giacomo Ponzetto.. Topics in Applied Health Econometrics.. Jaume Garcia..

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  • Title: Faculty - Master in Economics of Public Policy - Barcelona GSE
    Descriptive info: » Faculty.. Faculty 2013-14.. Name.. Current Position.. Degree.. Arellano, Manuel.. Professor of Econometrics, CEMFI.. PhD, London School of Economics.. Balcells, Laia.. Assistant Professor, Duke University.. PhD, Yale University.. Bertola, Giuseppe.. Professor of Economics, EDHEC Business School.. PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.. Bover, Olympia.. Head of Microeconomic Information and Analysis Unit, Banco de España.. Bravo-Biosca, Albert.. Senior Economist, NESTA.. PhD, Harvard University.. Calsamiglia, Caterina.. Associate Professor, UAB.. Cardoso, Ana Rute.. Research Scientist, IAE.. PhD, European University Institute.. De Giorgi, Giacomo.. ICREA-MOVE, UAB and Barcelona GSE Research Professor.. PhD, University College London.. de  ...   Madison.. Esteban, Joan-Maria.. Barcelona GSE Research Professor.. PhD, Oxford University.. Fack, Gabrielle.. PhD, EHESS and Paris School of Economics.. Ferrer, Rosa.. PhD, Vanderbilt University.. Ganuza, Juan-José.. Professor, UPF.. PhD, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid.. Garcia-Villar, Jaume.. Gómez Biscarri, Javier.. PhD, UCLA.. González, Libertad.. Associate Professor, UPF.. PhD, Northwestern University.. Guner, Nezih.. PhD, University of Rochester.. Litschig, Stephan.. PhD, Columbia University.. Llavador, Humberto.. PhD, University of California-Davis.. Llull, Joan.. Assistant Professor, MOVE and UAB.. PhD, CEMFI.. Olivella, Pau.. Ponzetto, Giacomo.. Researcher, CREI.. Rey-Biel, Pedro.. Riera, Pere.. Institute of Environmental Science and Technology (ICTA)..

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  • Title: Students - Economics of Public Policy - Masters - Barcelona GSE
    Descriptive info: » Student Profile.. Student Profile 2013-14.. Intake of students: 33.. Nationalities: 17.. Average age: 24 years.. Academic Background.. Economics/Finance.. 67%.. Social Sciences/Law.. 21%.. Natural Sciences.. 6%.. Mathematics/Engineering.. 3%.. Management/Business.. Years of Work Experience Prior to Entering the Master Program.. Geographic Origin of Students by Region.. Europe (non-Spanish).. 48%.. Most represented countries.. (# students):.. Italy (8), Spain (5), United States (4), United Kingdom (3).. North America.. 15%.. Spain.. Africa, Asia, Oceania.. 12%.. Central and South America.. 10%.. Meet your classmates.. Hélène Vanvolsem 14.. Home Town:.. Namur, Belgium.. My background.. Bachelor in Economics and Management, Bachelor in Political Science,.. Université Saint-Louis Bruxelles.. Why I chose Barcelona GSE.. I was looking for  ...   my curriculum but also for my personal experience.. I choose Barcelona GSE for several reasons.. Most of all, I really like the design of the programs, which mixes economic tools in the first term, more specialized courses in the second term, and research practice in the third term.. Moreover, the excellent reputation of the school and it s location were determinant factors spending a year in such a great city as Barcelona makes the experience even better!.. My career plans.. I might apply for an internship in a major institution or find a job in my fields of interest in public policy, education and development.. Class Profile (all programs)..

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  • Title: Alumni Placement - Economics of Public Policy - Barcelona GSE
    Descriptive info: » Alumni Outlook.. Alumni Outlook.. Class of 2013.. Guillaume Desmoulins.. Trainee, Customs Policy Unit.. DG Taxation and Customs Union.. European Commission.. As a trainee at the European Commission, I get involved in a large diversity of tasks.. Among other things, I conduct policy analysis and synthesize documents.. I ve also had the chance to attend some meetings with representatives of Member States.. It is interesting to see how the Commission tries to reach agreements and to harmonize policies across European countries.. Beyond the work duty, this traineeship is also a great opportunity to understand how the European Union is run in practice and what are the roles of the different institutions.. From my Master in Economics of Public Policy I gained the competence to understand and to improve public policy evaluation methods, as well as an ability to work and communicate in different languages such as English and Spanish.. Finally, always surrounded by young international workers, I must say that this traineeship in Brussels reminds me a bit of the Barcelona GSE experience.. Elina Ladinska.. Researcher.. CPB Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis.. I m working with topics related to innovation policies, currently evaluating whether specific policy instruments have an impact on firm R D performance.. I m very thankful to Barcelona GSE for giving us the right set of quantitative and qualitative tools for policy evaluation; it allows us to cover wide set of topics, quickly understand how to set up research and what are the options to overcome the dozens of limitations that you usually encounter when doing applied work.. On top of that, this one year was just a great learning curve overall; the pressure can get high but you can always manage since there is a great team spirit between the schoolmates, and professors are very approachable and  ...   the impact that education and job-training programs have on the likelihood of committing new crimes, through an empirical approach.. In my view this topic, besides being compelling, has potential relevant policy implications.. David Taylor.. (Trainee) Economist/Policy Analyst.. OECD.. I started my traineeship with the OECD pretty much straight after finishing the masters degree at the Barcelona GSE.. My work involves trying to estimate the impact that the Global Forum has had on the fight against tax evasion worldwide, which is really interesting and eye-opening stuff.. To do this I have had to read a lot of other peoples work in the same area to get some ideas of where to go.. The Barcelona GSE master program has helped me enormously to be able to make sense of complicated papers and estimation techniques, by giving me experience in data collection and, through the modules I studied at the GSE, to finally be able to put my work into practice.. But one of the greatest things to come from studying in Barcelona is the friends I have made, who I can still count on for advice when I get stuck at work today.. back to top.. Career paths for Barcelona GSE graduates in Economics of Public Policy.. Potential employer include:.. Public Institutions.. Non-governmental Organizations (NGOs).. International Organizations.. Consulting Firms.. Professional placements include:.. Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis (CPB).. Organisation for Economics Co-operation and Development (OECD).. Postgraduate institutions include:.. European University Institute.. Istanbul Bilgi University.. McGill University.. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB).. University of Colorado Boulder.. Information for all master programs:.. Career Outlook Report.. Professional Placements.. PhD Program Placements.. Barcelona GSE Alumni Friends.. Companies and Recruiters.. If you are a GSE alum and would like to send us your updated professional or academic career information, please do so via the.. GSE Alumni Directory submission form..

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  • Title: Master Degree - Economics of Public Policy - Barcelona GSE
    Descriptive info: » Description.. Description and Structure.. Master Program Description.. In 2009, OECD countries used more than 20% of their national incomes for public social spending (pensions, health system, income support and other social programs).. Another 5% was spent on public education.. These numbers are much larger in some developed countries and fast growing in many developing ones.. These are big numbers, and successful public policies can make a difference for the lives of millions.. How and why do particular public policies get implemented? How are they designed? How do we know if they work? Why are some policies more successful than others? The.. Master Program in Economics of Public Policy.. provides students with theoretical and empirical tools to answer these questions.. Our graduates will be prepared to work in leading international organizations, governmental and non-governmental agencies, consulting companies, research institutions or to pursue a further academic career.. Master Degree.. Upon successful completion of the program, students will receive a.. Master Degree in Specialized Economic Analysis.. awarded jointly by.. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.. and.. Universitat Pompeu Fabra.. All Barcelona GSE master degrees have been recognized by the Catalan  ...   take the Math and Statistics review course offered in September.. Credits.. The degree requires the successful completion of 60 ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) credits of graduate courses (6 credits are equivalent to a 40 hour course).. Grades.. The academic performance of each student is reviewed regularly.. Attention is given to the maintenance of normal academic progress, through a combination of formal written examinations and coursework.. All courses will award grades.. Campus.. The Economics of Public Policy Program is located on two campuses.. Master courses in the fall and spring terms are taught at the Ciutadella campus of Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona (UPF) and the Bellaterra Campus of Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB).. All courses in the winter term are held at the Bellaterra (UAB) campus location.. Both campus locations are connected to Barcelona s city center through public transportation (35 minutes from UAB station in Bellaterra Campus to the heart of the city at Plaza Catalunya, 12 minutes from Ciutadella campus to Plaza Catalunya).. Students can take advantage of a wide array of services and activities offered by both the UPF and the UAB..

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  • Title: Director - Economics of Public Policy - Barcelona GSE
    Descriptive info: » Director Biography.. Nezih Guner Program Director.. (PhD, University of Rochester, 2000) is ICREA Research Professor at MOVE (Markets, Organizations and Votes in Economics), Adjunct Professor at Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and Research Professor of the Barcelona Graduate School of Economics.. Before joining the Barcelona economics community, he held academic positions at Queen s University (Canada), Pennsylvania State University, and Universidad Carlos III de Madrid.. Guner is Affiliate of the Center for Economic Policy Research (CEPR), Research Fellow of the Institute for Study of Labor (IZA), and a member of the Family Inequality Working Group in the Becker Friedman Institute for Economic Research at the University of Chicago.. He is a co-editor of.. Economic Inquiry.. and Associate Editor of.. Journal of Population Economics.. SERIEs.. (Journal of Spanish Economic Association).. He is also a member of the Council of Spanish Economic Association.. In 2010, Prof.. Guner was awarded a.. European Research Council  ...   He is also studying how changes in family structure can alter the way public policy, such as taxation and social insurance programs, affect the aggregate economy.. In addition to his work on family economics, he has examined how misallocation of resources across firms affects the size distribution of firms and aggregate productivity; the interaction between labor market frictions and firm dynamics; and how this interaction can affect the outcomes of trade reforms.. Selected Research by Nezih Guner.. The Farm, the City, and the Emergence of Social Security.. (with E.. M.. Caucutt and T.. F.. Cooley).. Forthcoming in.. Journal of Economic Growth.. Distortions, Endogenous Managerial Skills and Productivity Differences.. (with D.. Bhattacharya and G.. Ventura).. Review of Economic Dynamics.. Taxation and Household Labor Supply.. (with R.. Kaygusuz and G.. Review of Economic Studies.. , vol.. 79, no.. 3 (July 2012).. Research Video:.. From Shame to Game in 100 Years.. Watch Video.. (04:25)..

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  • Title: Director Letter - Master in Finance - Barcelona GSE
    Descriptive info: » Director Letter.. Master in Finance.. Javier Gil-Bazo.. Xavier Freixas.. Scientific Director.. Teaching, professional activities, and the latest research from the Finance Program directors.. Dear Prospective Student,.. The recent developments in the financial sector have highlighted the need for highly qualified professionals in banking and finance trained to confront successfully the challenges of this rapidly evolving sector in areas such as financial risk management, pricing of complex financial contracts, management and regulation of financial institutions and portfolio management.. The Master Program in Finance is a response to these demands.. Our main goal is to endow young professionals in finance with the analytical tools required to develop a successful career in the financial industry.. courses.. have been carefully designed to provide a rigorous approach to banking and finance, with a strong emphasis on the use of quantitative methods and a consistent analysis of financial problems.. The program combines  ...   financial industry.. The program s faculty, drawn mainly from the.. Department of Economics and Business.. at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra, is a group of outstanding international researchers, who are in a perfect position to make available to students the latest advances in their fields of expertise.. The Barcelona Graduate School of Economics is an innovative institution that offers world-class graduate programs taught by leading international scholars and practitioners, in one of the most vibrant cities in Europe.. We welcome.. well-prepared and highly motivated students.. who can contribute to the school s dynamic learning environment.. If you have the commitment, the ability and the enthusiasm to excel in graduate studies, then please get in touch.. Program Director, Finance.. Xavier Freixas.. Scientific Director, Finance.. Finance Program Overview.. Social Media.. Master Degree in Economics and Finance awarded jointly by:.. Program Details and Structure.. All GSE Master Programs.. Description.. Seminars.. Faculty..

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  • Title: Courses - Master in Finance - Barcelona GSE
    Descriptive info: (01:55).. Right now is one of the most relevant times to study finance, mainly because a lot of what was thought true has been proven false.. Sergio Correia 09.. UPF (GPEFM).. Courses 2013-14.. In September, Finance students are required to take the Mathematics and Statistics review course.. Another review course, Computer Tools is highly recommended.. Review Course in Maths and Statistics.. Syllabus.. Computer Tools Course.. Schedule.. (both courses).. Fall Term.. Mandatory.. Stochastic Processes.. Omiros Papaspiliopoulos.. Asset Pricing.. Elective (Choose 1) - Director s approval required.. Statistics and Econometrics.. 9.. José García-Montalvo.. Vasco Carvalho.. Winter Term.. Corporate Finance Theory.. Albert Banal.. Financial Econometrics.. Christian Brownlees.. Elective (Choose 1).. Continuous-Time Finance.. Eulàlia Nualart.. Financial Institutions Management.. José-Luis Peydró.. Spring Term.. Electives  ...   Financial Risk Management.. Manuel Moreno.. Asset Prices and Market Frictions.. Gonzalo Rubio.. Topics in Finance I.. Ander Pérez Orive.. Andrea Caggese.. Empirical Banking and Corporate Finance.. Filippo Ippolito.. Total ECTS credits.. 60.. Financial Institutions Seminars.. The Finance master program offers its students the opportunity to meet with professionals from top financial institutions.. Seminars cover areas such as Hedge Funds, Venture Captital, Central Banks Reserve Management, Investment Banking, etc.. During these.. seminars.. , our guest speakers share with students the insights of their organizations and provide their views on recent developments in their industry segment.. The Financial Institutions Seminars have featured representatives from organizations such as Credit Swiss First Boston (CSFB), Deutsche Bank, Lehman Brothers, and Omega Capital, among others..

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  • Title: Financial Institutions Seminars - Barcelona GSE
    Descriptive info: » Finance Seminars.. Barcelona GSE Financial Institutions Seminars.. bring top professionals from the finance industry to share their knowledge and insights with small groups of students, providing a practical counterpoint to the classroom experience.. Financial Institutions Seminars 2013.. Rasa Karapandza.. , Assistant Professor of Finance, European Business School.. Academic career and the creation of a startup: How UPF graduate school helped me build a successful startup.. Date: 17.. 05.. 2013.. is Assistant Professor of Finance at European Business School.. His main areas of research are Asset Pricing, Investment Strategies, Applied Game Theory and Computational Finance.. He holds PhD in Economics from University Pompeu Fabra.. During his PhD studies he was a Visiting Scholar at HAAS School of Business at University of California Berkeley and at the Economics Department at New York University.. Rodrigo Guimaraes.. , Senior Economist at Bank of England.. Macro-finance in the Bank of England: Role of Risk Premia with an Application to UK Yield Curves.. Date: 12.. 04.. After obtaining a bachelor and masters degree in Economics at PUC-Rio (Brazil) and working in macro consulting,.. went on to obtain a PhD in Economics at Princeton University, where he specialized in Finance and Econometrics (ABD).. After Princeton, he worked at Barclays Capital as quantitative FX strategist for G10 currencies.. Since 2009, he has been at the Bank of England, first in the Macro-Financial Analysis Division, within the Monetary Analysis side of the Bank, and more recently in Prudential Policy Division, in the Financial Stability side.. His main areas of work and research have been broadly in macro finance, focusing on the determinants of yield curves and more recently on the roles of liquidity and financial intermediaries.. Jaume Puig.. , Fund Manager, CIO and CEO at GVC Gaesco.. Quant Investing: Long Only Absolute Return Funds.. Date: 04.. 03.. holds a degree in Economics and Actuarials from the University of Barcelona.. He is a Certified European Financial Analyst (CEFA) and a member of several professional associations including the Catalan Economists Association, the Catalan Actuaries Association, the Institute for Financial Analysis, and the EFPA.. He is also a member of the board of Inverco Catalunya.. He began his professional career in 1989 at Fibanc and later worked at Banco Vitalicio before joining Gaesco in 1995.. He is currently Fund Manager, CIO and CEO of GVC Gaesco Asset Management.. Throughout his professional career he has received numerous awards for direct management of investment funds and for the firm as best managing entity, awarded by different international agencies (Standard Poors, Lipper, Morningstar, Eurofonds Fundclass, and Interactive Data).. In 2011 he was named best equity manager in Spain during the last decade on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the..  ...   models they developed.. We will ask if there are better ways of trying to hedge and mark-to-market complex derivatives and other illiquid securities which recognise the fundamental incompleteness of markets.. has worked at a number of investment banks as both a quant and as an fx options trader.. John is best known for publishing a number of papers on the subject of pricing commodity derivatives using a multi-factor jump-diffusion model and for being a co-author of the Carr- Crosby fx options model.. John is currently a managing director at Grizzly Bear Capital, a visiting Professor of Finance in the Centre for Economic and Financial Studies at Glasgow University Adam Smith Business School and an invited lecturer on the M.. Sc.. course in Mathematical Finance at Oxford University.. Past Financial Institutions Seminar speakers include:.. Claudio Albanese.. , Consultant at Credit-Suisse and Level 3 Finance.. Edward Altman.. , Professor of Finance at NYU Stern School of Business (New York).. Juan Carlos García Céspedes.. ,.. Head of Risk Methodologies, BBVA.. Cornelia Holthausen.. , Head of Financial Research, European Central Bank.. Drago Indjic.. , Quantitative Investment Manager and Technologist Investment Manager, Blue White Alternative Investments; Project Manager, Hedge Fund Centre (London Business School).. Lorenzo Isla.. , Head of Credit Derivatives, BBVA.. Miguel Mayo.. Portfolio Manager for Tudor Capital Europe LLP and co-manager of Tudor EMUK Global Macro Team.. David Mendez Vives.. ,.. Director at Mitsubishi UFJ Securities International.. David Murano.. , Director Market ALM Risk Management, la Caixa.. Tobias Sperr.. , Vattenfall Europe AG.. Rodney N.. Sullivan.. , CFA, Head of publications and editor of the.. Financial Analysts Journal.. at CFA Institute.. Antoni Sureda.. , Credit Risk Modeler, la Caixa.. About the Financial Institutions Seminar Series:.. Objectives:.. Complement student course training with a more practical approach to finance problems.. Familiarize students with the type of tasks they will have to perform when entering the industry.. Establish contacts that may be useful when students enter the job market.. Organization:.. Student attendance is mandatory.. Seminars typically last two hours and consist of two parts.. In the first part the speaker covers aspects related to the internal organization of his division and the main tasks performed by senior and junior members of the division.. In the second part the speaker focuses on one topic of interest in the current market environment.. After the seminar students and speakers get together for a cocktail.. Available content from Barcelona GSE Financial Institutions Seminars.. Head of Credit Derivatives,.. BBVA.. Article: An inside look at the job market in a changing financial landscape.. Quantitative Investment Manager and Technologist Investment Manager,.. Blue White Alternative Investments.. ; Project Manager,.. Hedge Fund Centre.. (London Business School).. Slides: Hedge Funds for the 2010s..

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  • Title: Master in Finance - Faculty - Barcelona GSE
    Descriptive info: Banal-Estañol, Albert.. Brownlees, Christian.. Beatriu de Pinós Researcher, UPF.. PhD, University of Florence.. Caggese, Andrea.. Associate Professor, Universitat Pompeu Fabra.. Carvalho, Vasco.. Researcher, CREI (on leave).. PhD, University of Chicago.. Dumitrescu, Ariadna.. Associate Professor of Finance, ESADE Business School.. Freixas, Xavier.. PhD, Université de Toulouse.. García-Montalvo, José.. Professor, Universitat Pompeu  ...   PhD, Saïd Business School (Oxford University).. León, Angel.. Professor, University of Alicante.. PhD, University of Alicante.. Moreno, Manuel.. Assistant Professor, Universitat Pompeu Fabra.. Papaspiliopoulos, Omiros.. ICREA Research Professor, UPF.. PhD, Lancaster University.. Pérez Orive, Ander.. Peydró, José-Luis.. PhD, INSEAD.. Rubio, Gonzalo.. Professor, Universidad CEU Cardenal Herrera.. PhD, University of California-Berkeley..

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