Pedro Gete Sánchez
Prof. Gete’s research focuses on credit markets with applications to topics including Real Estate, Finance, International Economics, and Macroeconomics. He has both developed new models and conducted empirical work. He has published at the leading academic journals and presented at the top universities and conferences. He also participates in professional conferences that connect academics and practitioners. His research is related to policy questions, and he often interacts with policy institutions, such as Central Banks, International Organizations, and Regulators of Financial and Real Estate Markets.
Prof. Gete has taught at the Chicago-Booth Business School, Georgetown University, IE Business School, and at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. He has a flexible approach to teaching, in which he tailors each course to his particular audience. That said, some characteristics that are present in all of his courses include his passion for teaching and his encouragement of students to apply concepts in novel scenarios. He firmly believes that understanding leads to creativity.
He enjoys traveling and playing tennis and soccer.
• PhD in Economics, University of Chicago, 2009
• M.A. in Economics, University of Chicago, 2004
• J.D. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, 2002
• B.A. in Economics, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, 2002
• Director of the Finance Department, IE , 2018 – present
• Associate Professor, IE Business School, Department of Finance, 2018-present
• Assistant Professor, IE Business School, Department of Finance, 2017-2018
• Assistant Professor, Georgetown University, Department of Economics, 2009-2017
• Resident Scholar, Institute for Urban Research, University of Pennsylvania, Fall 2014
• Research Associate, Dallas Fed Globalization & Monetary Policy Institute, 2012-present
- Gete, P., Melkadze, G. (2018). “Aggregate volatility and international dynamics. The role of credit supply”. Journal of International Economics. Vol. 111: 143-158
- Gete, P. and F. Zecchetto. (2018). “Distributional Implications of Government Guarantees in Mortgage Markets”. The Review of Financial Studies, Vol. 31(3): 1064-1097
- Gete, P. and M. Reher. (2016). “Two Extensive Margins of Credit and Loan-to-Value Policies”. Journal of Money, Credit and Banking. Vol. 48 (7), 1397-1438
- Gete, P. and Gómez, Juan Pedro. (2015). “Compensation Contracts and Fire Sales”. Journal of Financial Stability, Vol. 18, 154-171