Daniel Chiquiar

Division of Social Sciences
Department of Economics

Daniel Chiquiar

Full time professor

Daniel Chiquiar is currently a professor at the economics department of ITAM.

He studies his economics B.A. at ITAM, where he finished the program with honors in 1990. Later, he earned his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of California San Diego, in 2003, and specialized in international trade and macroeconomics. Large part of his research has been published in top peer-reviewed academic journals. He has also been a professor at ITAM and CIDE at the undergraduate and graduate levels. During his career, he has held professional appointments in both the private and public sectors. At Grupo BIMSA, he was appointed Vice President of Research, and later, as Director of Economic Policy in the Finance Ministry of Mexico. Since 2003, he joined Banco de México as an economic researcher, advancing to his last position at that Institution, as the Chief Economist of Mexico’s Central Bank, position he held until September 2021. As the Chief Economic Adviser to the Board of Governors, he directed the Economic Research Division of the Central Bank, providing intellectual leadership and direction to the efforts aimed at contributing to the understanding of policy recommendations on current economic events.

Academic Studies

BA Economics, ITAM
MA Economics, University of California, San Diego, USA
PhD Economics, University of California, San Diego, USA


Topics of Interest

  • International Trade
  • Macroeconomics
  • Economic Development

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