RePEc Genealogy page for Manuel Amador

This page traces who advised whom during graduate studies for Manuel Amador (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS). You can help amend this and other pages of this project here. You can also look at the page's history.

Graduate studies

Manuel Amador got the terminal degree from Economics Department, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, Massachusetts (USA) in 2003.

Advisor

  1. Daron Acemoglu (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
  2. Olivier J Blanchard (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)

Students

  1. Department of Economics, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota (USA)
    1. 2016 Radek Paluszynski (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    2. 2016 Martin Rostagno (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    3. 2016 Maria Jose Rodriguez (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    4. 2017 Canhui Hong (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    5. 2017 Daniela Viana Costa (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    6. 2017 Georgios Stefanidis (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    7. 2017 Gajendran Raveendranathan (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    8. 2017 Joao Ayres (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    9. 2017 Richard Condor (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    10. 2018 Guillaume Sublet (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    11. 2018 Bora Yunn (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    12. 2018 Robert Mrkonich (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    13. 2018 Alexandra Solovyeva (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    14. 2018 Hyunju Lee (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    15. 2018 Parisa Kamali (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)