Pierre-Olivier Gourinchas

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Professor of Economics
Department of Economics and Haas School of Business

697D Evans Hall, #3880
Economics Department
University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley  CA 94720-3880, USA
Voice   : (510) 643 3783
Fax      : (630) 604 1435
Email   : pog@berkeley.edu

Office Hours : Wednesday 1-3:30pm. Schedule here.

Background and Research Interests

Pierre-Olivier Gourinchas grew up in Montpellier, France. He attended Ecole Polytechnique then received his PhD in Economics in 1996 from MIT. He taught at Stanford Graduate School of Business and Princeton University before joining UC Berkeley department of economics.

Professor Gourinchas' main research interests are in international macroeconomics and finance. His recent research focuses on the importance of the valuation channel for the dynamics of external adjustment and the determination of exchange rates (with Hélène Rey); on the determinants of capital flows to and from developing countries (with Olivier Jeanne); on international portfolios (with Nicolas Coeurdacier); on global imbalances (with Ricardo Caballero and Emmanuel Farhi), on international price discrimination (with Gita Gopinath, Chang-Tai Hsieh and Nick Li) and on the global financial crisis (with Maury Obstfeld). He is the laureate of the 2007 Bernàcer Prize for best European economist working in macroeconomics and finance under the age of 40, and of the 2008 Prix du Meilleur Jeune Economiste for best French economist under the age of 40.


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