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Bernardo Blum

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    Bernardo Blum

    Associate Professor of Business Economics

    Degrees: PhD, University of California Los Angeles
    MA, University of California Los Angeles
    MA, Pontificia Universidade Catolica - Rio de Janeiro
    BA, Universidade de Sao Paulo
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    Bio

    Bernardo Blum is an Associate Professor of Business Economics at Rotman. He teaches an MBA course in International Economics. Bernardo’s research falls into three broad areas: international trade, where his work examines the determinants of international trade patterns and the economic institutions that facilitate trade; urban economics, where his work examines the impact of urban agglomeration on the productivities of, and so returns to, different kinds of skills; and the determinants of income inequality.

    Selected Publications - Papers

    Research and Teaching Interests

    Teaches the first year MBA course in International Economics. His research falls into one of three broad areas. One area is in international trade, where his work examines the determinants of international trade patterns and the economic institutions that facilitate trade. A second area is in urban economics, where his work examines the impact of urban agglomeration on the productivities of, and so returns to, different kinds of skills. A final set of papers examines the determinants of income inequality.  

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