The state of our economy is pretty scary. Especially when your job is based on how well the private sector is performing, like mine has been. There are plenty of horror stories that I’ve been reading about the state of things. Whether it’s on Twitter, or hearing something at a professional seminar. There’s a lot of junk kicking around, and deciphering what’s accurate can be pretty difficult. However, that’s why Christian Broda has been making waves.
Many economists spend their careers in obscurity, working in their offices analyzing financial policies and trying to accurately predict how they will affect national and international economies. However, some economists find their talents to be in high demand, and they spend much of their time publishing research papers, writing newspaper columns and books and making media appearances from time to time. Of all the economists who are sought after for their knowledge and experience, perhaps none are in demand more so than Dr. Christian Broda.
Dr. Broda, a graduate of MIT, is well-respected within the business and academic communities for his vast knowledge of economics. Currently working with Duquesne Capital Management as the Managing Director, Christian has continued to involve himself heavily in research opportunities. A former professor of economics at the University of Chicago, Dr. Broda has chosen to devote much of his career to focusing on how economics can wipe out poverty and inequality in third-world nations. Having attended college in Argentina, where he earned a Bachelor’s degree, he has a keen sense of Latin American businesses and culture.
Dr. Broda also happens to be one of the most widely-published economists in both the United States and abroad. Having extensive experience in international research, he always appears ready and willing to meet with someone no matter how much information he is asked to provide. Having published numerous books on international finance and trade, he is a regular contributor to newspapers and has been asked to provide information to television and radio stations from time to time. When doing so, he has always been well received and the audience has appreciated his candor and wit when answering complex questions.
Having written for numerous economic journals and collaborated on textbooks with other leading economists, Dr. Broda has used his background in economics to fight poverty and inequality in many nations, particularly Latin American and Caribbean nations. Dr. Broda has always believed economics does not necessarily create the problems found in these nations, but rather offers solutions when asked, regarding these problems, if used correctly to help formulate the necessary policies.
While continuing in his role with Duquesne, Christian will also stay very involved in research projects and contribute valuable information to others when asked to do so. As one of the world’s leading economic experts, Dr. Broda is determined to see economics play a key role in many of today’s most pressing issues.