Nicolas Caramp

Assistant Professor of Economics
Nicolas Caramp

Nicolas Caramp

Dr. Nicolas Caramp earned his PhD in June 2017 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, with a dissertation entitled Essays on Macroeconomics and Financial Fragility. His primary areas of specialization are macroeconomics, finance, and international economics. His current research explores how information asymmetry in financial markets could have created the conditions that lead to the Great Recession. He also works on understanding the channels through which monetary policy affects the economy.

Before attending MIT, he studied at the Universidad Torcuato Di Tella in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Nicolas is a big soccer fan and has quickly adopted the local team, Sacramento Republic FC, as his own.