Andrea Presbitero

Andrea F. Presbitero is an Associate Professor of Economics at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), a CEPR Research Fellow in the International Macroeconomics and Finance programme, and member of the Money & Finance Research (MoFiR). He’s currently on leave from the International Monetary Fund, where he works as a Senior Economist in the Research Department’s Macro-Financial Division. His research focuses on financial intermediation, banking, development finance, and sovereign debt.

Content by Andrea Presbitero
  • Project

    Tracking the real-time effects of COVID-19 on savings and lending in Rwanda

    A growing and extensive literature has been tracking the economic effects of COVID-19 using real-time data coming mostly from private sector providers, looking mostly at mobility measures, labour market dynamics and consumption patterns (Chen et al. 2020; Chetty et al. 2020). However, this literature mostly focuses on the US and Europe, with much less available about the...

    4 Jun 2021 | JoséeLuis Peydro, Andrea Presbitero, Patrick Hitayezu, Franklin Allen