Assistant Professor of Economics
Professor Caliendo joined Yale School of Management in 2010 after spending a year at Princeton University
as a research fellow for the I.E.S.
Born in Montevideo; Lorenzo worked in the Ministry of Health and Ministry of Industry and completed a degree in business and economics in Uruguay. He holds a PhD and Masters in Economics from the University of Chicago
and a Masters degree from the University of Auckland
, New Zealand.
His research focuses on the trade and welfare effects of international trade policy, on how firm’s organizational structure and productivity change from foreign trade competition and on the macroeconomics effects of international trade and growth. Publications
"The Impact of Trade on Organization and Productivity"
with E. Rossi-Hansberg, Quarterly Journal of Economics,
Vol. 27, No. 3, 2012Book Chapters
Chapter 3: "Welfare Gains from Changing Partners in a Trade Bloc: The Case of MERCOSUR"
in J. Gilbert ed., New Developments in Computable General Equilibrium Analysis for Trade Policy Frontiers of Economics and Globalization, Volume 7,
Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 41-60, 2011Working Papers
"On the Dynamics of the Heckscher-Ohlin Theory"
"Estimates of the Trade and Welfare Effects of NAFTA"
(with F. Parro) "The Anatomy of French Production Hierarchies"
(with F. Monte and E. Rossi-Hansberg)Education
PhD University of Chicago, 2010
MA University of Chicago, 2006
MComm University of Auckland, 2005
Lic. en Economía Universidad Católica del Uruguay, 2003