Assistant Professor of Economics in the International Business School
International Business School
International Trade, Economic Development, Productivity Analysis, Latin America
Ricardo A. López specializes in international trade, economic development, productivity analysis and Latin America. His research focuses on firms’ behavior in international markets and the role of international trade as a source of economic growth. His research has been published in leading economics journals and presented in numerous conferences and seminars. Before joining IBS, he was a faculty member at the economics department of Indiana University, Bloomington for seven years. Previously, he had served as an economic adviser to the Ministry of Economy of Chile for four years. He holds a BA in economics from the University of Chile and a PhD in economics from the University of California, Los Angeles.
University of California, Los Angeles, Ph.D.
|BUS||70a||Business in the Global Economy|
|ECON||160a||International Trade Theory|
|ECON||260a||International Trade Policy and Institutions|
|ECON||270a||Economic Development Strategies|
|ECON||360a||International Trade Theory|