Lorenzo Caliendo

Assistant Professor of Economics

Professor Caliendo joined Yale School of Management in 2010 after spending a year at Princeton University as a research fellow for the I.E.S. Born in Montevideo, Lorenzo worked in the Ministry of Health and Ministry of Industry and completed a degree in business and economics in Uruguay. He holds a PhD and Masters in Economics from the University of Chicago and a Masters degree from the University of Auckland, New Zealand.

His research focuses on the trade and welfare effects of international trade policy, on how firm’s organizational structure and productivity change from foreign trade competition and on the macroeconomics effects of international trade and growth.
 

Education

  • PhD, University of Chicago, 2010
  • MA, University of Chicago, 2006
  • MComm, University of Auckland, 2005
  • Lic. en Economía, Universidad Católica del Uruguay, 2003

Courses

The Global Macroeconomy
MGT 425
International Trade
MGT 825
International Economics
MGT 826

Publications

Selected Articles

L. Caliendo and E. Rossi-Hansberg
The Quarterly Journal of Economics
2012
L. Caliendo and F. Parro
New Developments in Computable General Equilibrium Analysis for Trade Policy
2010

Selected Working Papers

L. Caliendo, F. Monte, E. Rossi-Hansberg
NBER Working Paper
2013
L. Caliendo and F. Parro
NBER Working Paper
2011