Christian Broda is a man with his hands on the pulse of national and international financial and economic issues. This New York-based financial professional and economist is one of Duquesne Capital Management’s managing directors. His ability to identify, understand, and anticipate economic trends both in the U.S. and globally has made him a valuable asset to his company and its investors. While some of Broda economic predictions may have been unpopular from time to time, in the vast number of cases he has proven to be correct. This has enriched his clients and improved his credibility.
Also known as Christian Broda on crunchbase, is a well-educated and well respected man. He graduated summa cum laude with a B.A. from the Universidad de San Andres. He then attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) where he earned his Ph.D. His seemingly innate understanding of financial and economic trends has led to him being chosen to become a National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) and IMF Economic Review editorial board member. In addition, from 2006-2008 he was the James S. Kemper Foundation Scholar. He is also a Journal of Development Economics associate editor.
Broda loves research and educating others. From 2005 to 2010 he was able to do both those things at the University of Chicago where he was a professor at the Booth School of Business. During the same period, Broda was Lehman/Barclays Capital’s Head of International Research. This enabled him to provide his employers and his students with the latest economic information from a vast array of markets worldwide. This ability to study economic and financial information to identify trends and present it to others in a form they can easily understand is another of his strengths.
With his unique insight and superior communication skills, Christian Broda is also in great demand as a writer. He has written numerous academic papers and articles on a wide range of topics related to economics and finance. One of his popular topics is the U.S. dollar and its role in the global economy. Broda has also written extensively on the economic and financial situation in China and Japan, financial de-globalization, tax rebates, international trade, income inequality, labor regulations and their impact on business and wages, and a host of other topics. Broda is also in great demand as a lecturer.
hristian Broda is considered to be one of the brightest young minds in finance and economics today.