Bruno Zuccolo graduated from Brown University in 2016 with a B.A. in economics and international relations. Most recently, he worked as a research assistant at the Center for International Development at the Harvard Kennedy School, where he worked on diagnosing binding constraints to economic growth and exports diversification in developing countries. With a particular focus on country projects in Albania and Argentina, he worked closely with local policymakers and stakeholders, as well as other researchers, to identify and form targeted solutions for the main obstacles to sustainable long-term growth. His work also included research on macroeconomic stabilization, foreign direct investment, and international tourism flows. Previously, he interned at the Department of Management at the United Nations and at the Brazilian Foreign Ministry. At Yale, Bruno will focus on macroeconomic policy issues in international finance and trade.