Short Bio

Ana Beatriz Galvão is Professor of Economic Modelling and Forecasting at Warwick Business School, University of Warwick. She joined Warwick in 2013 from the School of Economics and Finance of Queen Mary, University of London. 


Ana Galvão research interests are on empirical macroeconomics, forecasting, and nonlinear time series models.  Her research has been widely published in leading academic journals such as The Journal of Econometrics, The Journal of Business and Economics Statistics, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, Journal of Applied Econometrics, European Economic Review and International Journal of Forecasting.

She is currently Associate Editor of the International Journal of Forecasting and Economic Modelling, and was principal investigator of an ESRC-funded research project called "Economic Forecasting under Macroeconomic Uncertainty" (323.000 over two years from Oct/2013). For details on the outcome of this research project click here

She is currently one of the researchers being funded by the ONS Economic Statistics Centre for Excellence with a research project on "Measuring and Communicating Data Uncertainty". 

Her teaching includes a novel postgraduate course in economics and business forecasting with emphasis on their usefulness for decision-making under uncertainty. She was able to place her past PhD students in tenure-track jobs in academia and in policy institutions research positions. Details of current and past teaching experiences are here.  

She is part of the team behind the Warwick Business School Forecasting System. For details of our quarterly forecasts of UK GDP growth and inflation and how we compute forecasts, please click here

She has also contributed to the development of the comparemacroforecast.org website, where you can look at forecasts of many different models for a set of macroeconomic time series and countries. Please click here to access the site.  
 





























































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