Jeffrey Bergstrand

Professor of Finance; concurrent professor in the Keough School of Global Affairs

367 Mendoza College of Business
University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, IN 46556

(574) 631-6761
bergstrand.1@nd.edu

Jeffrey Bergstrand

Professor of Finance; concurrent professor in the Keough School of Global Affairs


Areas of expertise: International trade and regional economic integration; foreign direct investment and multinational enterprises; macroeconomics; U.S. economy


Jeffrey Bergstrand is professor of finance at Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business. He also is a concurrent professor in the Keough School of Global Affairs and Department of Economics. A fellow of Kellogg Institute, he also is a research associate for CESifo, an international network of researchers based in Europe.

Bergstrand’s research on international trade flows, free trade agreements, foreign direct investment, multinational firms, and exchange rates has been published in more than 50 articles and books. His most recent book, Understanding Globalization Through the Lens of Gravity(World Scientific), is a curated collection of Bergstrand’s published papers over the 30 years since his first paper on the theme of gravity. In four parts, the 17 papers span topics such as the determinants of international trade flows, economic determinants of free trade agreements, estimating the effects of economic integration agreements on trade flows, and economic determinants of multinational firms’ foreign direct investment stocks, foreign affiliate sales and governments’ bilateral investment treaties.

He has been a visiting scholar at the European Commission in Brussels, the IFO Institute/University of Munich, ETH University in Zurich, and several other institutions. He also has advised the U.S. Council of Economic Advisors, the U.S. International Trade Commission, the European Commission of the European Union, and the Swiss government on the relationships between economic integration agreements and international trade flows.

Bergstrand’s current research focuses on determinants of international trade flows, determinants of foreign direct investments, and the causes and consequences of the growth of economic integration agreements.