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Associate Professor, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto

Bernardo Blum is an Associate Professor of Economic Analysis and Policy and Director IIB at Rotman. He teaches an MBA course in International Economics. Bernardo’s research falls into three broad areas: international trade, where his work examines the determinants of international trade patterns and the economic institutions that facilitate trade; urban economics, where his work examines the impact of urban agglomeration on the productivities of, and so returns to, different kinds of skills; and the determinants of income inequality.


  • –present
    Associate Professor, University of Toronto


  • 2002 
    UCLA, PhD/Economics