Pedro Brinca currently holds a position as an Assistant Professor (tenure-track) at NovaSBE and teaches Macroeconomics in the BSc’s in Economics and Business Administration. He is also affiliated as a researcher at the Center for Economics and Finance (CEF.UP) at the Faculty of Economics, University of Porto, under a research grant for post-doctoral studies from the Foundation for Science and Technology. Previously Pedro has been a Jean Monet Fellow at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies – European University Institute, Lecturer at Stockholm University, a visiting student at the University of Minnesota, University of Porto and research intern at the European Central Bank.
He is primarily interested in macroeconomics, business cycle fluctuations and economic policy. I also maintain an active interest in quantitative methods and applications, both in economics and biostatistics.