Ph.D., Economics, The University of Chicago
Ferdinando Monte is an Assistant Professor of Strategy and Economics at the Georgetown University McDonough School of Business.
His research focuses primarily on international economics, economic geography and the organization of the firm. His studies have covered, among other things, the impact of international trade on local labor markets and on inequality, models for the evaluation of local policies on local outcomes, and empirical analysis of firms’ reorganization and growth.
He has published articles in the Journal of Political Economy, Science, and the Journal of International Economics. At McDonough, he teaches the Structure of Global Industries; his teaching interests are broadly in the areas of international economics, strategy and macroeconomics.
Prior to joining McDonough, Professor Monte worked as an Assistant Professor at Johns Hopkins University’s Carey Business School and as Visiting Professor at Princeton University. Monte has consulted for companies and public institutions in Italy and Switzerland. He holds a PhD and an MA in economics from the University of Chicago, an MSc in economics from the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Spain, and a BA in economics from Bocconi University in Italy.