Andrea Bubula

Andrea Bubula

Senior Lecturer in the Discipline of International and Public Affairs

Andrea Bubula

International Affairs Building, Room 1312


Personal Details

Focus areas: Open economy macroeconomics 

Andrea Bubula teaches the core SIPA course Economic Analysis for International Affairs. His expertise is in applied open-economy macroeconomics and finance.

His research focuses on the choice of the exchange rate regime and nominal anchor across countries and over time. He has also examined the determinants of interest rate differentials in developing countries.

Dr. Bubula earned his PhD in economics from Columbia University in 2004 and holds a 'Laurea' and 'Dottorato di Ricerca' from Universita' di Roma, La Sapienza. He has worked at the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund and was a Fellow of International Affairs at Yale University.

In 2008 he received the Columbia University Presidential Award for Outstanding Teaching.


  • PhD in Economics, Columbia University
  • 'Laurea' and 'Dottorato di Ricerca,' Universita' di Roma, La Sapienza

Honors and Awards

In The Media

Inclusive Prosperity

“There is a change in policy stance to perhaps see how restrictive monetary policy is going to impact inflation,” says Andrea Bubula. “By halting the increases in rates, they will learn if over time the unemployment and inflation increases.”

Sep 21 2023

At a faculty dinner on November 9, SIPA announced the recipients of its Top Five Teaching Awards for fall 2021 and spring 2022.

Nov 16 2022

Professor directs MPA in development practice.

May 18 2014