I am an Assistant Professor of Economics at Southern Methodist University. My research centers at the intersection of international trade and macroeconomic development. In the context of development, I study the role of international trade in shaping cross-country differences in relative prices, factor accumulation, and income, as well as the interaction between international trade and structural change. Methodologically, my work bridges the gap between the macroeconomics and international trade literatures by developing techniques to incorporate dynamics into multicountry trade models. Prior to joining SMU, I worked as an economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas where I regularly provided briefings to the Bank president on international economic developments. This website contains links to my vita, research papers, and teaching.


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Southern Methodist University

Department of Economics
3300 Dyer St.
Dallas, TX 75275
msposi [at] smu [dot] edu

The Fall 2022 installment of the Midwest Macroeconomics Meetings is tentatively scheduled to place at SMU! Stay tuned for updates.