About The Center for International Economics
The Center for International Economics was created in 1993 to provide a focal point for research on international economics within the Department of Economics. Center activities have included seminars on international economics, a working paper series, invitations to visiting scholars, and conferences on relevant policy and conceptual issues bringing together experts and policymakers from academia and international financial institutions. The Center also supports a number of graduate students and has sponsored programs with outstanding universities and research centers around the world.
The current director of the center is Sebnem Kalemli-Ozcan. Faculty in the Center include Allan Drazen, Pierre De Leo, Thomas Drechsel, Nuno Limão, and Felipe Saffie. Their research spans a diverse set of topics in international finance and trade.