Bernardo Candia

PhD candidate at UC Berkeley

About Me

I am currently a PhD candidate in Economics at the University of California, Berkeley. My research interests are Macroeconomics, Economic History and International Economics. Prior to coming to Berkeley, I received a Master and B.A. degree in Economics at the Universidad de Chile.


"Communication and the Beliefs of Economic Agents," with Olivier Coibion and Yuriy Gorodnichenko, in Navigating the Decade Ahead: Implications for Monetary Policy, Economic Policy Symposium (Jackson Hole, WY) Proceedings, Federal Reserve  Bank of Kansas City, 2020. PDF (NBERJackson Hole version). 

In media: NYTLa JornadaInfobaeBloombergS&P, Financial Times, NRC, RBNZ, Ei, Ekonomia.itChristine Lagarde, Jens Weidmann, ECB, ECB II, Bank of England, Bank of Japan, Richmond Fed.

Working Papers

"The Inflation Expectations of U.S. Firms: Evidence from a new survey," with Olivier Coibion and Yuriy GorodnichenkoPDF (NBER, CEPR, IZA). Link to the Survey of Firms' Inflation Expectations (SoFIE).

In media:, Financial Post, Reuters, Econbrowser, Brookings.

"Export-Led Decay: The Trade Channel in the Gold Standard Era," with Mathieu Pedemonte, PDF (Cleveland Fed)

"Another Reason to Use the Hamilton Filter," PDF, Online Appendix

"Taxes, Transfers and Income Distribution in Chile," with Eduardo Engel, PDF (CEQ)

In media: Ciper.