Pedro Miguel Soares Brinca


  • Campus de Campolide

    1099-032 Lisboa


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Pedro Brinca is an Assistant Professor at the Nova School of Business and Economics since the Fall of 2015. He received his PhD in Economics from Stockholm University. His research has been published in journals such as the Journal of Monetary Economics, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, The BE Journal of Macro and International Economics. He also contributed to the second edition of the Handbook of Macroeconomics, with a co-authored chapter on Business Cycle Accounting.

Before joining NovaSBE, Pedro was a Visiting Scholar at the University of Minnesota, Research Intern at the European Central Bank and Jean Monet Fellow at the Robert Schuman Center for Advanced Studies, at the European University Institute.

He currently teaches Macroeconomics at the undergraduate programs, Economics for Managers in Executive Education Programs (Including The Lisbon MBA) and has participated as team leader and expert in several consultancy projects in the areas of socio-economic impacts of industries and public investment, banking and finance.

Pedro’s interests focus essentially in two broad subjects. The identification and modelling of sources of business cycle fluctuations in dynamic stochastic general equilibrium models and the relevance of micro-heterogeneity for the dynamics of macroeconomic aggregates and their distribution.

Education/Academic qualification

Economics, Doctorate, Essays in Quantitative Macroeconomics, Stockholm University

Award Date: 10 Oct 2013

Economics, Master, Stockholm University

Economics and Business, Bachelor, Stockholm University

External positions

Associate Researcher, CEF UP, Porto

1 Aug 201531 Mar 2019


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