Welcome to BSE Voice, the student and alumni blog of the Barcelona School of Economics!

What you will find here are novel opinions, insights, ideas, teachings and learnings conceived by and for the boiling BSE community. This platform brings together students, professors, alumni, researchers and professionals and lets them articulate their thoughts and share them with the rest of the community. This way, we mean to bridge the gap between different master programs, create a link between different student cohorts and increase the interaction between students and researchers.

When navigating through our posts, you can expect to gain an insight into what is taught in the classroom, learn about the interesting research we stumble across or produce ourselves, participate in debates that prolong themselves outside of the classroom, look into the cultural diversity at the BSE, find inspiration in the stories of alumni and, more generally, pick from a pool of quality articles conceived by an incredible pool of people; what the BSE is made of.

You are invited to surf through these pages, comment on the posts and yourself author articles, whether it be a  punctual contribution or a sustained cooperation.

I wish you an inspiring time on the BSE Voice; the voice of current and budding leading economists!

Damien De Vroey ’13 (Economics of Public Policy)
Founder of the BSE Voice

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Who can contribute to the BSE Voice?

All students and alumni of BSE Master’s programs are welcome to submit academic or professional work.

About the Barcelona School of Economics

The Barcelona School of Economics (formerly Barcelona GSE) is an institution for research and graduate education in Economics and the social sciences. It was founded in 2006 by Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF), Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB), CSIC and the Center for Research in International Economics (CREI).

BSE Master’s programs provide robust training for doctoral study and top jobs in Economics, Finance, and Data Science-related professions. Students come from more than 70 different countries, and graduates are currently pursuing academic and professional careers all around the world.


The views and opinions expressed in these articles belong to the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the Barcelona School of Economics, its faculty, or its staff.

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