European Central Bank and Banco de Portugal
Bruno Albuquerque is an economist working in the Western Hemisphere group at the External Developments Division of the ECB since August 2012. Previously he had worked for the Economics Research Department of the Banco de Portugal. He monitors the economic developments and conducts macroeconomic projections of the US and Canada. Bruno holds a M.Sc. in Monetary and Financial Economics from ISEG-UTL Technical University of Lisbon. His research interests span topics such as monetary policy, household deleveraging, and the interaction between household debt and economic activity.
Articles by Bruno Albuquerque:
Has US household deleveraging ended?
18 April 2014, 12494 reads
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