Marina Azzimonti

Professor of Economics

Media Coverage

Ni asado, ni conciertos, ni fútbol, ni escuelas: ¿medida óptima o sobrerreacción? (El Economista) 
Los costos de la globalización financiera (El Economista) 
Populism, Political Risk And The Economy: What We Can Learn From The Italian Experience – Analysis (Eurasia Review) 


Marina Azzimonti – Argentinos en el Mundo (La Nacion) 
What did the Founders most fear about impeachment? (The Hill) 
Trade-policy uncertainty and partisanship hurt the economy (The Seattle Times) 

Women in Macro Conference interview, Becker Friedman Institute

Why are there so few women economists? (Chicago Booth Review) 
Powell Better Brush Up on His Fed History (Bloomberg – Opinion) 
Wall Street Is Desperate for Wonks Who Can Explain the Rise of Populism (Bloomberg) 


Don’t Like Trump? Your Financial Analysis Might Be Biased (Barry Ritholtz-Bloomberg) 
Wall Street credit analysts more apt to cut ratings if the president is of opposing party (CNBC) 
First Women in Macro Conference (The Region) 
Hate the President? It’s Showing Up In Your Work Rating Bonds (Bloomberg) 
Partisan Bias Is Messing With Asset Prices (Bloomberg) 
Trump’s market cheerleading tweets could end up fueling a bubble (CNBC) 
Why Is Volatility So Low? (Bloomberg) 


This Gauge of Political Turmoil Stays Near Record High (Bloomberg) 
President Trump Keeps Taking Credit for the Stock Market. Here’s What’s Really Driving It (Fortune) 
Partisan Conflict Is High, but the Market Doesn’t Care (New York Times) 
The Index of Political Conflict: Quantifying the Political Divide (Barron’s) 
Here’s why stocks keep rallying despite the Trump-Russia headlines, DC paralysis (CNBC) 
US charts that hearten bearish investors (Financial Times) 
Political rancor as stock market heads toward summer doldrums (The Mercury News) 
Stretched valuations for every major asset class (The New Paper) 
US partisan conflict is at historically high levels, but the market doesn’t care (The Business Times) 
Haben US-Aktien ihr Sommerhoch schon erreicht? (Neue Zürcher Zeitung) 
Comfortably Numb? An Update on Investor Sentiment (Charles Schwab) 
Politics may be tearing the country apart, but stocks are loving it (Marketwatch) 
Monthly Economic and Financial Monitor (Bank of Canada) 
Washington Will Cast a Shadow Over Stocks (Barron’s) 
Index that tracks political conflict hits high (USA Today) 
Instituciones sanas para crecer sin inflación (La Nacion) 
Does China Present Global Risk? (Global Economic Intersection) 
U.S. political conflict is at an all-time high since at least the 1970s, signaling trouble for stocks (The Philadelphia Inquirer) 
The Daily Prophet: Red Flags Keep Popping Up in the Stock Market (Bloomberg) 
Forget geopolitics, stock-market investors also fear ‘partisan conflict’ (Market Watch-Blog) 
Strife Between Democrats and Republicans Curbs Business Spending (Bloomberg) 
The U.S. Economy In 2017: Why Uncertainty Is The ‘Biggest Risk’ (Behind the Markets – Wharton Business Radio and Morningstar
Donald Trump: a incerteza é o maior risco (Revista Amanha)


Political Tempers Are Hotter Than Any U.S. Election Year Since ’80s (Bloomberg) 
U.S. election risks could push Fed rate hikes further out (Reuters) 
U.S. Politics Scares Overseas Investors (Bloomberg) 
US politics has grown insanely polarized (Business Insider) 
Economy takes hit when gridlock and political uncertainty rise (The Christian Science Monitor) 
Deep dive (Bloomberg). Starts at minute 1.07
Can A Portfolio Have Politics? (Financial Advisor) 
Beware The “Summer Of Suspense” (Seeking Alpha) 
WSJ: Tallying the Economic Toll of Political Upheaval (Wall Street Journal) 
Proximidade da eleição nos EUA paralisa investimentos e reduz crescimento (Wall Street Journal – Brasil)
La campaña electoral pesa en la economía de EE.UU. (La Prensa de Honduras)
La campaña electoral pesa en la economía de EE.UU. (La Nacion -Argentina)
La incertidumbre electoral pesa sobre la economía de Estados Unidos (El Periodico de Mexico)

Trump Vs. Clinton: What The Election Means For Markets And The Economy (Seeking Alpha)


Television Interview with Steven Nemerovski from “None of the Above” (GrassRoots Community Network, Cable Television Channel 12 Aspen). Starts at minute 6.45

Divisiones ideológicas en Estados Unidos podrían haber retrasado la recuperación económica (La Republica)

It’s Official: Partisan Rancor Worst in Over a Century (Bloomberg News)
A New Way to Measure Washington’s Dysfunction (Businessweek)
Study: Americans aren’t that divided (Washington Examiner)
Is Partisan Conflict Really at a Four-Year Low? A New ed Index Says Yes (WSJ)

The fury of the makers (The Economist)
Partisan politics grew under Obama; weakens economy (Philadelphia Inquirer)
Gross National Rancor: A new measure of political failure (ABC 7, Detroit)
Political Targets (Washington Examiner).

Political Polarization: It’s Worse Than You Think (Businessweek)
Lawmaker Squabbles Cost U.S. 1.75 Million Jobs: Cutting Research (Bloomberg News)
Fed Research Paper: Rise in Partisan Conflict is a Drag on the U.S. Economy (Wall Street Journal).

Is a concentration of wealth at the top to blame for financial crises? (The Economist)
The usual suspect (The Economist)

» Blog coverage:

The rise and risk of fake news
Every democracy needs a little disloyalty (Live Mint -Blog)
Trump Presidency in Historical Context (Cowen Report)
Why Quantifying Partisanship Doesn’t Work (And Why Stocks Don’t Mind) (The Street)
Global Economic Intersection
Wall Street Cheat Sheet
Olympia Snowe´s blog
Economic Logic (2012) and Economic Logic (2014)
Marginal Evolution
The calculus of discontent

» Short article (blog entry):
Divided we fall: polarization during the 1995 and 2013 shutdowns, one of the Top 10 most read articles of 2013 of this Blog. Version en espanol publicada en Polarización política y crisis de gobernabilidad en EEUU. Earlier version: The Political Polarization Index (2013)