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Javier Ramos Perez

Research

Division

Current Position

Externals

Fields of interest

Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics,Mathematical and Quantitative Methods,Labour Economics

Email

Javier.Ramos_Perez@ecb.europa.eu

Education
2020-2021

MA Economics, University Carlos III of Madrid, Spain

2016-2020

BA Economics, University Carlos III of Madrid, Spain

Professional experience
2022-2023

Empirical Research Fellow, Northwestern University

2021-2022

Research Assistant, European Central Bank

2020-2020

Research Assistant, Bank of Spain

28 July 2022
THE ECB BLOG
Non-immigrants in the euro area are on average better off than immigrants in terms of wages and wealth. These differences can cause immigrants to react differently to economic shocks and changing financial conditions. As economic inequality matters for monetary policy transmission, the ECB Blog takes a closer look.