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International Finance

The Division of International Finance is responsible for basic research, policy analysis, and reporting in the areas of foreign economic activity, U.S. external trade and capital flows, and developments in international financial markets and institutions. Research responsibilities are shared by staff economists in the seven sections listed below as well as by the officers in the Program Direction group.

Global Modeling Studies

The Global Modeling Studies section conducts research in a wide array of fields that are important for the conduct of economic policy and uses this research for the analysis of current policy problems. The section also plays a key role in the development and application of the Board's open economy policy models, and is responsible for the international alternative scenarios in the Tealbook's Risk and Uncertainty section.

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Pablo A. Cuba-Borda Economist Global Modeling Studies
International Finance

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Christopher Huckfeldt Senior Economist Global Modeling Studies
International Finance

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Ignacio Presno Principal Economist Global Modeling Studies
International Finance
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Andrea Prestipino Senior Economist Global Modeling Studies
International Finance

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Albert Queralto Chief Global Modeling Studies
International Finance
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Last Update: March 20, 2023