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Nauro Campos is a Professor of Economics and Finance at Brunel University (London, UK).
He is currently seconded to the Office
of the Chief Economist of the UK’s Department for
International Development as a Senior Economics Advisor (SRF). Prof. Campos is also a
Research Professor at ETH Zürich and a Visiting Professor at the University of Paris 1
(Sorbonne), both since 2009. He is a Fellow of the Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA, Bonn)
and of the William Davidson Institute (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor). Previously, he was a
Reader at the University of Newcastle and Assistant Professor at CERGE-EI (Prague).
Prof. Campos has held various visiting
research and teaching posts, including at Johns Hopkins
University (Fulbright Fellow), University of Michigan, The World Bank (Robert McNamara Fellow),
IMF, USC, UCL, University of Bonn, Bank of Finland, European Commission, and Oxford (CBS
Fellow). He received his Ph.D. from the University of Southern California (Los Angeles) in 1997.
Prof. Campos' research focuses on macroeconomic
issues in developing and Central European
countries, with emphasis on economic growth and political economy topics. His research has
been supported, among others, by the European Commission, World Bank, Spencer Foundation,
Department for International Development, and the Economic and Social Research Council.
He spent some of the best years of his
life in Montevideo (Uruguay) and has always been a proud
American. The three hobbies Prof. Campos enjoys the most are black-and-white photography,
gardening (ornamental grasses in particular) and writing in the third person.