Giovanni Lombardo obtained his PhD from the University of York in 2000. Between 1999 and 2001 he was a lecturer in economics at Trinity College Dublin. From 2001 to 2004 he worked as senior economist at the Deutsche Bundesbank (research). Between 2004 and 2014 he worked at the European Central Bank as senior economist, mostly in the Research Directorate, with shorter spells in the Monetary Policy Strategy and International Policy Analysis divisions. He is currently on leave from the ECB.
Fields of interest
- International economics
- Econometrics and mathematical methods
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BIS Quarterly Review September 2017
BIS Working Papers No 643
Self-oriented monetary policy, global financial markets and excess volatility of international capital flows
BIS Working Papers No 540
BIS Working Papers No 520
- " Openness and optimal monetary policy" (with F Ravenna), Journal of International Economics, vol 93, 2014, pp 153-72.
- " Financial frictions and optimal monetary policy in an open economy" (with M Kolasa), International Journal of Central Banking, March 2014.
- " Global implications of national unconventional policies" (with L Dedola and P Karadi), Journal of Monetary Economics, vol 60, issue 1, 2013, pp 66-85.
- " Financial frictions, financial integration and the international propagation of shocks" (with L Dedola), Economic Policy, vol 27, no 70, 2012, pp 319-59.
- " Computing second-order-accurate solutions for rational expectation models using linear solution methods" (with A Sutherland), Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, vol 31, issue 2, 2007, pp 515-30.
- " Inflation targeting rules and welfare in an asymmetric currency area", Journal of International Economics, vol 68, issue 2, March 2006, pp 424-42.