Diana Bonfim

Diana Bonfim is a senior economist (Team Lead) in the Financial Intermediation Division of the Economics and Research Department of Banco de Portugal and an adjunct full professor at Católica Lisbon School of Business and Economics. She is currently visiting part-time the ECB, at DGR-FIR. Diana is a CEPR Research Fellow in Banking and Corporate Finance and in Monetary Economics and Fluctuations.

Diana holds a Degree in Economics from ISCTE, a Research M.A. in Economics from Nova SBE and a Ph.D in Economics from University of Groningen. At Banco de Portugal, Diana has been involved in financial stability, monetary and macroeconomic assessments, as well as on discussions concerning the implementation of macroprudential policy at the EU level. At Católica, Diana has been involved in advising master dissertations and teaching since 2012. Her research interests comprise empirical banking, corporate finance, and the transmission of monetary policy. She is an associate editor at the International Journal of Central Banking, Journal of Financial Stability, Emerging Markets Review, and Economic Notes. She is a member of the Steering Committee of the International Banking Research Network and a former president of the International Banking, Economics, and Finance Association.

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