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Lorenzo Burlon

Monetary Policy

Division

Monetary Analysis

Current Position

Senior Economist

Fields of interest

Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics, Financial Economics

Email

Lorenzo.Burlon@ecb.europa.eu

Biography

Education
2008-2011

PhD, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain

2007-2008

MA (Erasmus Mundus), Université de Paris I "Panthéon - Sorbonne" and Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Paris and Barcelona, France and Spain

2006-2007

Diplôme Universitaire, Université de Paris I "Panthéon - Sorbonne", Paris, France

Professional experience
2020-

Senior Economist - Monetary Analysis Division, Directorate General Monetary Policy, European Central Bank

2019

Economist - Monetary Analysis Division, Directorate General Monetary Policy, European Central Bank

2018-2019

Economist (ESCB/IO) - Monetary Analysis Division, Directorate General Monetary Policy, European Central Bank

2013-2018

Economist - Modelling and Forecasting Division, Directorate General Economics, Statistics and Research, Banca d'Italia (on leave)

2016

Secondee (EWE) - Monetary Policy Strategy Division, Directorate General Economics, European Central Bank

2012-2013

Research Fellow, Directorate General Economics, Statistics and Research, Banca d'Italia, Rome, Italy

2012

Temporary lecturer - Ljubljana Summer School, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

2011-2012

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Barcelona, Spain

Awards
2010

Louis-André Gérard-Varet Prize (best paper by a young economist) at the Annual Meeting of ASSET

2010

Urrutia Elejalde Foundation Award for Excellence in Doctoral Studies

2010

Best Paper Award at the III Doctoral Meeting of Montpellier

Teaching experience
2012

Lecturer (Undergraduate: Macroeconomics I), University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

2011-2012

Lecturer (Graduate: Macroeconomics I; Undergraduate: Macroeconomics), University of Barcelona, Spain

2008-2011

Teaching Assistant (Undergraduate: Econometrics, Advanced Macroeconomics, Introduction to Economics, Macroeconomics I, Macroeconomics II, Optimization, Macroeconomic Theory), Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain

External publications
2021
Economic Modelling
Fiscal devaluation and labour market frictions in a monetary union
  • Burlon
  • L.
  • Notarpietro
  • A. and Pisani
  • M.
2021
The Manchester School
Macroeconomic effects of non-standard monetary policy measures in the euro area: The role of corporate bond purchases
  • Bartocci
  • A.
  • Burlon
  • L.
  • Notarpietro
  • A. and Pisani
  • M.
2020
Journal of Macroeconomics
Reliable real-time estimates of the euro-area output gap
  • Burlon
  • L.
  • and D'Imperio
  • P.
2019
Journal of Policy Modelling
Macroeconomic effects of an open-ended asset purchase programme
  • Burlon
  • L.
  • Notarpietro
  • A. and Pisani
  • M.
2019
Statistical Methods & Applications
Real and financial cycles: Estimates with unobserved component models for the Italian economy
  • Bulligan
  • G.
  • Burlon
  • L.
  • Delle Monache
  • D. and Silvestrini
  • A.
2018
Journal of International Money and Finance
Non-standard monetary policy measures, asset prices and macroprudential policy in a monetary union
  • Burlon
  • L.
  • Gerali
  • A.
  • Notarpietro
  • A. and Pisani
  • M.
2017
International Finance
Macroeconomic effectiveness of non-standard monetary policy and early exit. A model-based evaluation
  • Burlon
  • L.
  • Gerali
  • A.
  • Notarpietro
  • A. and Pisani
  • M.
2017
Journal of Public Economic Theory
Public expenditure distribution, voting, and growth
  • Burlon
  • L.
2016
IZA Journal of Labor Policy
A new look at technical progress and early retirement
  • Burlon
  • L.
  • and Vilalta-Bufí
  • M.
2020
CESifo Forum, vol. 21(01), pages 13-17
The Economic Consequences of Negative Interest Rates
  • Altavilla
  • C.
  • Boucinha
  • M.
  • and Burlon
  • L.
2020
VoxEU article
The COVID-19 policy response and bank lending
  • Altavilla
  • C.
  • Barbiero
  • F.
  • Boucinha
  • M.
  • and Burlon
  • L.
2019
VoxEU article
The impact of negative interest rates on banks and firms
  • Altavilla
  • C.
  • Burlon
  • L.
  • Giannetti
  • M.
  • and Holton
  • S.