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Carballo, Jeronimo Assistant Professor

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Research

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  • My primary research interest is International Trade with a special emphasis on firms's decisions under uncertainty and how firms organize trade across countries. I am also interested in the relationships between buyers and sellers in different countries, and exploring trade costs using micro data.

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  • International Trade, Multinationals, Firm Dynamics, Trade Costs

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Teaching

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  • ECON 2010 - Principles of Microeconomics
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2018 / Fall 2019
    Examines basic concepts of microeconomics or the behavior and the interactions of individuals, firms and government. Topics include determining economic problems, how consumers and businesses make decisions, how markets work, and how they fail and how government actions affect markets.
  • ECON 8413 - Seminar: International Trade Theory
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2019
    Covers theories of comparative advantage, including the classical, factor-proportions, fixed-factor, and noncompetitive markets models. Examines trade policy including trade barriers, market distortions, strategic policy, regional integration, political economy, and factor migration.

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