- Macroeconomic Outlook
- Financial Crises: Debt, Currency, and Banking Crises
- The Euro and European Integration
- Emerging Markets Prospects
- Inequality and the Economy
- Climate Change and Financial Markets
Beatrice Weder di Mauro is an outstanding economist who has excelled in the world of academia and the business world.
As the President of CEPR, the top network of economists in Europe, she leads the charge in shaping economic policies for the continent.
She is a Professor of International Economics at the prestigious Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva and a Visiting Professor at INSEAD as business school in France and Singapore.
Beatrice Weder di Mauro has held several prominent policy positions throughout her career, including ten years advising the German Government as a member of the German Council of Economic Experts.
Governments, international organizations, and central banks have sought Beatrice’s expertise in various financial matters, such as financial crises, sovereign debt crises, currency crises, and banking crises.
Her consulting work includes projects for the European Commission, the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, the European Central Bank, and the Deutsche Bundesbank, among others.
Aside from her academic achievements, Beatrice has also made a name for herself in the business world.
She currently serves as an independent director on the boards of leading global companies such as Bosch and Unigestion, as well as Roche, Thyssen Krupp, and UBS in the past.
Beatrice Weder di Mauro describes herself as a “Macro-Crises Economist” due to her long-standing research and policy work in analyzing sovereign debt crises, currency crises, and banking crises but her expertise extends to a wide range of topics related to the global economy.
She is also an engaging public speaker, with the ability to convey complex economic concepts in an easy-to-understand manner.
Her presentation skills make her a highly sought-after speaker for conferences and events around the world.