Bard Faculty

Felipe C. Rezende

Associate Professor of Economics

Primary Academic Program: Economics and Finance

Academic Program Affiliation(s): Economics


B.A., Federal University of Rio de Janeiro; M.A., Ph.D., University of Missouri–Kansas City. Professor Rezende’s fields of specialization include financial economics, international finance, and economic development; additional research interests include monetary macroeconomics and finance for development. He previously taught at Hobart and William Smith Colleges and the University of Missouri–Kansas City. He was also project director on the Ford Foundation–supported research project, “Financial Governance, Banking, and Financial Instability in Brazil: Analysis and Policy Recommendations.” Publications include articles in the Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, PSL Quarterly Review, Journal of Economic Issues, and International Journal of Political Economy; the book Financial Stability, Systems, and Regulations (editor); and the book chapters “Thorstein Veblen, Business Enterprise, and the Financial Crisis,” in Veblen, Capitalism, and Possibilities for a Rational Economic Order (forthcoming), and “Bank Cycles,” in Booms and Busts: An Encyclopedia of Economic History from Tulipmania of the 1630s to the Current Global Financial Crisis. He has presented at professional meetings and conferences nationally, including the annual Hyman P. Minsky Conference at the Levy Economics Institute of Bard College; and internationally, in Brazil, Great Britain, Indonesia, China, Japan, and Germany. At Bard since 2017.