Marina Azzimonti

Professor of Economics

Partisan Conflict: Blog Coverage and Financial Analysis


Economic & Market Perspectives (City National Rochdale)
Précis U.S. Macro (Moody’s Analytics)
Trade, partisanship hurts the economy (Bedford Gazzete)
Barnett named president of U.S. Mayors (Rochester and Rochester Hills Gazzete)


Partisan Conflict and Market Volatility (American Association of Individual Investors)
Partisan professionals (VOX analysis)
Finance and Econ From the Web: Seth Klarman on Capitalism, Female Employment Explains Slow Recovery and AI Investing (
Moody’s Report
Partisan Conflict Index (Barry Ritholtz-The Big Picture and Mr Top Step)
The Midterm Elections and Our Economic Outlook (Action Forex)
Powell Better Brush Up on His Fed History (BloombergQuint)
What Cheesesteaks Can Tell Us About the Markets (InvestmentU)
State of Confusion: How Policy Uncertainty Harms International Trade and Investment
(United States Studies Centre, Sydney) 

Prepare for Normal Bouts of Volatility (State Street Global Advisors) 
USD and US fiscal policy off-the-rails (Amplifying Global FX Capital) 
Jamie Dimon, JP Morgan Chase’s CEO, Blows Up About Washington And Its Current Impact On The U.S. Economy (Capital Investment Advisors and Wela) 
US Government Shutdown: A Toxic Affair (Euler Hermes Capital) 
Partisan Conflict and Market Volatility (AAII Blog) 
Philly Fed Partisan Conflict index is actually down – Normalization may be good for markets (Yahoo Finance) 
El aterrizaje en la REALIDAD (El Puente) 
Regional Economic Outlook (Alvista) 


Trump’s pro-growth agenda: Can it still happen? (Allianz – Euler Hermes) 
Estados Unidos: muestras de un país crecientemente polarizado (FrontRead) 
10 Political Risks To Watch In 2018 (BMI Research) 
Gridlock Not Sidetracking Economy—So Far (Pacifica Partners) 
Political Conflicts Are At A Record High Since The Trump Presidency (Talk Markets) 
Politics may be tearing the country apart, but stocks are loving it (Marketwatch)
Does China Present Global Risk? (Global Economic Intersection) 
Monthly Economic and Financial Monitor (Bank of Canada) 
El tope de deuda de EE.UU: un debate con final abierto (Estrategias de Inversion) 
Forget geopolitics, stock-market investors also fear ‘partisan conflict’ (Market Watch) 
Comfortably Numb? An Update on Investor Sentiment (Charles Schwab) 
Partisan Conflict is Good for Stocks (Denver Investment) 
Partsian Conflict Index & World Markets (Dedora Capital) 
Apathetic Bull (NEEDELMAN Asset Management) 
Second Quarter 2017 Market Report (Hefren Tillotson) 
Open-ended debate over US debt ceiling (ETF Securities) 
Chart of the Week April 17th, 2017 (Glenmede) 
Every democracy needs a little disloyalty (Live Mint -Blog) 
The U.S. Economy In 2017: Why Uncertainty Is The ‘Biggest Risk’ (Behind the Markets – Wharton Business Radio and Morningstar
Why Quantifying Partisanship Doesn’t Work (And Why Stocks Don’t Mind) (The Street)
Trump Presidency in Historical Context (Cowen Report)
Chart of the Week April 17th, 2017 (Glenmede)
The thing about Trump and North Korea… (Topdown Charts)


Can A Portfolio Have Politics? (Financial Advisor) 
Beware The “Summer Of Suspense” (Seeking Alpha) 
Trump Vs. Clinton: What The Election Means For Markets And The Economy (Seeking Alpha)

Global Economic Intersection
Wall Street Cheat Sheet
Olympia Snowe´s blog
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)