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About Antonio Fatas

I am the Portuguese Council Chaired Professor of European Studies, Professor of Economics, a business school with campuses in Singapore and Fontainebleau (France). During the current academic year (2008-09) I am on sabbatical as a Research Fellow at the Center for Business and Public Policy at the McDonough School of Business (Georgetown University).

My research interests are in the area of Macroeconomics. My most recent research is in the area of fiscal policy and the connections between volatility and growth. I also have an interest in issues related to the European Monetary Union and more specifically the theory of optimum currency area.

I teach the required course Macroeconomics in the Global Economy in the MBA programme and different modules on macroeconomic trends and exchange rates in Executive Education.
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