Fabio Canova

Professor of macroeconomics at Bi Norwegian Business School, Pierre Werner Chair in Monetary Union at European University Institute, Santander Excellence Chair at Universidad Carlos Iii De Madrid

Fabio Canova is a Professor of Macroeconomics at the Norwegian Business School, Research Associate with the Centre for Applied Macroeconomics and Petroleum Studies and CEPR. He is also program director of the Budapest School of Central Bank Studies, and a member of the scientific committee of the Euro Area Business Cycle network. He has held various positions as the top European Universities and in 2017 he was awarded a honorary  professorship from Henin University  in China. Has has taught classes in numerous universities and given professional courses at the Bank of England, Riksbank, Bank of Italy, Bundesbank, ECB, Bank of Spain, Bank of Portugal, Bank of Hungary, Bank of Argentina, Banco do Brazil, Banco de Peru, Norges  Bank, South African Central Bank, Central Bank of Indonesia, Swiss National Bank, Banco de Mexico, Banco de La Republica de Colombia, Banco de Venezuela, Bank of Israel,  Monetary and Banking Institute of Iran, Waifem, Central Bank of Chile, Central Bank of Korea, Bank of Albania, at the EABCN, at the Central Bank program in Genzersee, the IMF, the EU commission, the UK Foreign Office and UK treasury, among others. He has held consultancy positions with the Bank of England, the ECB, the Bank of Italy, the Bank of Spain, Norges Bank, Bank of  Finland, Riksbank, and the IMF. He has served also as a Director the International Association of Applied  Econometrics (2014-2017), chair for the European Meetings of the Econometric Society 2014, for the Meeting of the IAAE 2020 and 2021; a panelist of ANVUR in 2013,  coeditor of the Journal of the European Economic Association from 2008 to 2013, of the Journal of Applied Econometrics from 2012 to 2017 and a referee for ERC,  NSF, ESRC research proposals. He has published over 90 articles in international journals and his graduate textbook, Methods for Applied Macroeconomic Research, was published in 2007 by Princeton University Press and translated into Chinese in 2010.