- Ph.D., Economics, Yale University, 1996
- B.A., Carleton College, 1989 (magna cum laude; Harrison Prize in economics)
Paul Bergin is a professor of economics at the University of California, Davis. He also is a research associate with the National Bureau of Economic Research, a visiting scholar at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, and an international research fellow with the Kiel Institute. Professor Bergin serves as associate editor of the Journal of International Economics and on the editorial board of Pacific Economic Review and Contemporary Economic Policy.
Professor Bergin’s research focuses on international macroeconomics. He is studying international price dispersion and exchange rate pass-through and monetary policy in an open economy.
- Bergin, P. R., R. Glick, and J. Wu. "Mussa Redux and Conditional PPP." Journal of Monetary Economics (2014).
- Bergin, P. R., R. Glick, and J. Wu. "The Micro-Macro Disconnect of Purchasing Power Parity." Review of Economics and Statistics (2013).
- Bergin, P. R., and C. Lin. "The Dynamic Effects of Currency Union on Trade." Journal of International Economics (2012).
- Bergin, P. R., and R. Feenstra. "Pass-through of Exchange Rates and Competition Between Floaters and Fixers." Journal of Money Credit and Banking (2008).
- Bergin, P. R., and G. Corsetti. "The Extensive Margin and Monetary Policy." Journal of Monetary Economics (2008).
Paul Bergin teaches in the areas of international macroeconomics and macroeconomics. His courses include Intermediate Macro Theory (Economics 101) and International Macroeconomics (Economics 160b and 260b).