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Fabrizio Marodin

Financial Economist

Fabrizio Almeida Marodin is a financial economist in the Supervision, Regulation and Credit department. His policy work is concentrated at the National Stress Testing Program, and his areas of research include banking, Bayesian econometrics and macroeconomics. 

Prior to joining the Richmond Fed, Marodin worked in bank supervision for the Central Bank of Brazil. He received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil) and earned his doctoral degree from the University of California, Irvine.

  • Publications

    Marodin, F. A. and Portugal, M. S. (2019) "Exchange Rate Pass-Through in Brazil: a Markov Switching DSGE estimation for the inflation targeting period", Russian Journal of Money and Finance 78, no. 1.

    Marodin, F. A. and Carneiro, E. V. P. (2015) "Remarks on the Autonomy of Central Bank of Brazil", Revista da Procuradoria-Geral do Banco Central 9, no. 1.

    Borenstein, D., Marodin, F. A. and Simonetto, E. (2008) "DSS Experiences in South America", In: Burstein, F. and Holsapple, C. W. (Eds.) Handbook on Decision Support Systems vol 2. Berlin: Springer Verlag.

  • Working Papers
    • "Bank Leverage Limits and Risk-Taking in the Mortgage Market: Evidence From Post-crisis Reforms"
    • "The Credit Boom in Loans to Brokers and Stock Prices Fluctuations in the 1920s"
    • "Contagion of Fear: Panics, Money, and the Great Depression," with Kris Mitchener and Gary Richardson
    • "Capital Ratios and Bank Portfolio Allocation: a Discrete-choice Approach"