Juan Carlos Gozzi

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Juan Carlos Gozzi
https://sites.google.com/site/jcgozzivaldez/home
Contact
Information
University of Warwick
Department of Economics - Office S2.88
Coventry, CV4 7AL United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 (0)2476 528194
E-mail: [email protected]
Professional University of Warwick - Department of Economics, Coventry UK
Appointments Assistant professor
Sept. 2013 - present
Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve, Washington, DC USA
Economist
Division of International Finance
Aug. 2011 - Aug. 2013
The World Bank, Washington, DC USA
Consultant
Development Economics Research Group
Chief Economist Office - Latin America and the Caribbean Region
Aug. 2003 - Aug. 2006
Centro de Estudios Publicos, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Research economist
Aug. 2002 - July 2003
McKinsey & Company, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Business analyst
June 2000 - July 2002
Research
Interests
International finance
Banking and financial institutions
Corporate finance
Financial regulation
Publications
in Academic
Journals
Gozzi, J.C., Levine, R., Martinez-Peria, M.S., and Schmukler, S., 2015. “How Firms Use Corporate
Bond Markets under Financial Globalization,” Journal of Banking & Finance 58, pp. 532-551.
Gozzi, J.C., Levine, R., and Schmukler, S., 2010. “Patterns of International Capital Raisings,”
Journal of International Economics 8:1, pp. 45-57.
Gozzi, J.C., Levine, R., and Schmukler, S., 2008. “Internationalization and the Evolution of Corporate Valuation,” Journal of Financial Economics 88:3, pp. 607-632.
de la Torre, A., Gozzi, J.C., and Schmukler, S., 2007. “Stock Market Development under Globalization: Whither the Gains from Reforms?” Journal of Banking & Finance 31-6, pp. 1731-1754.
de la Torre, A., Gozzi, J.C., and Schmukler, S., 2007. “Financial Development: Emerging and
Maturing Policy Issues,” World Bank Research Observer 22-1, pp. 67-102.
Other
Publications
Gozzi, J.C. and Schmukler, S., 2015. “Public Credit Guarantees and Access to Finance,” European
Economy: Banks, Regulation, and the Real Sector 2, pp. 101-117. Lead article.
de la Torre, A., Gozzi, J.C., and Schmukler, S., 2015. “Innovative Experiences in Access to Finance:
Market Friendly Roles for the Visible Hand?,” book under revision, The World Bank.
de la Torre, A., Gozzi, J.C., and Schmukler, S., 2008. “Capital Market Development: Whither
Latin America,” in Strengthening Global Financial Markets, M. Garcia and S. Edwards eds., National Bureau of Economic Research and University of Chicago Press, pp. 121-153.
de la Torre, A., Gozzi, J.C., and Schmukler, S., 2007. “Financial Development in Latin America: Big Emerging Issues, Limited Policy Answers,” in Visiones del Desarrollo en America Latina,
J.L. Machinea and N. Serra eds., UN-Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean
(ECLAC) and Fundacion CIDOB, pp. 433-490.
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Working
Papers
“Liquidity Shocks, Local Banks, and Economic Activity: Evidence from the 2007-2009 Crisis,” joint
with M. Goetz.
“Financial Integration and the Co-Movement of Economic Activity: Evidence from U.S. States,”
joint with M. Goetz.
“What Do 30 Years of Crises Tell Us about the Transmission of Banking Shocks? Evidence from
U.S. Banks’ Foreign Exposures,” joint with R. Correa, B. Goulding, and T. Rice.
Research in
Progress
“SMEs vs. Large Firms: Who Suffered More During the Global Financial Crisis?” joint with M.S.
Martinez-Peria.
“Do State-Owned Banks Play a Stabilizing Role? Micro Evidence from the Global Financial Crisis,”
joint with M.S. Martinez-Peria.
“Female Political Leadership and Labor Market Outcomes: Evidence from Matched EmployerEmployee Data,” joint with F. Brollo and M. Gamaleiro.
“Electoral Incentives and Patronage,” joint with F. Brollo and S. Giagliarducci.
“Voter Turnout and Ideological Extremism: Evidence from U.S. Gubernatorial Primaries,” joint
with F. Brollo and A. Hall.
Education
Brown University, Providence, RI USA
Ph.D., Economics, May 2011
M.A., Economics, May 2007
Universidad del CEMA, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Licentiate in Economics (with honors), December 2000
Teaching
Experience
University of Warwick
Topics in Macroeconomics and International Economics (PhD., MRes.) (2015-2016)
Topics in Global Finance (MSc.) (2014-2016)
Macroeconomics I (undergraduate) (2016)
Economics I (undergraduate) (2014)
Brown University
Financial Institutions (undergraduate), teaching assistant (2007-2009)
Macroeconomics I (PhD), teaching assistant (2008)
Universidad del CEMA
Corporate Finance & Asset Valuation (undergraduate), teaching assistant (2002-2003)
Conference
Presentations
and Invited
Seminars
Third Biannual Financial Intermediation Research Society Conference (2008); Brown University
(2008, 2009, 2010); Federal Reserve Bank of Boston (2010, 2011); Arizona State University, W.P.
Carey School of Business (2011); Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve (2011, 2013); Federal
Reserve Bank of New York (2011); Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia (2011); Bank for International Settlements (BIS) - Center for Latin American Monetary Studies (CEMLA) Roundtable on
the Future of International Banking: A Latin American and Caribbean Perspective (2012); University of Warwick (2013, 2014, 2015); University of Edinburgh (2014).
Academic
Service
Director - MSc. in Economics and International Financial Economics - University of Warwick (2014present)
Referee: Emerging Markets Finance and Trade; Journal of Applied Economics; Journal of Banking
& Finance; Journal of Economic Growth; Journal of International Economics; Review of Financial
Studies
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