Julian di Giovanni

Head of Climate Risk Studies
Climate Risk Studies
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
33 Liberty Street
New York, NY 10045


Fields of interest

International Economics, Macroeconomics

Julian di Giovanni is the head of Climate Risk Studies within the Financial Intermediation Policy Research Division. His work lies at the intersection of international economics and macroeconomics, currently focusing s on the international transmission of shocks and the role of firms and production linkages. Di Giovanni is on leave from the Universitat Pompeu of Fabra, where he is an ICREA Research Professor, a Research Professor at the Barcelona GSE, and a Research Associate at the CREI. He also is a Research Fellow of the CEPR, and is the Co-Director of the International Trade and Macroeconomics program of CEBRA. Previously, he was the Deputy Director for Research at the Barcelona GSE (2016-19). Before joining UPF, di Giovanni worked for the Research Department of the International Monetary Fund (2004-13). He has been a Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto, and a short-term visitor at several central banks and international institutions. He was awarded an International Incoming Fellowship from the European Research Council Marie Curie Actions (2014), a European Research Council Consolidator Grant (2016), and a BBVA Leonardo Research Grant (2017). He is an associate editor of the Journal of International Economics. Di Giovanni’s work has appeared in the American Economic Review, Econometrica, Journal of Political Economy, and Journal of the European Economic Association, among others. He holds a Joint-Honors B.A. in Economics and Finance from McGill University, and a PhD in Economics from the University of California, Berkeley.


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