Justin Raymond S. Eloriaga
Justin Raymond S. Eloriaga is a Ph.D. Economics Student at Emory University. In addition, he is an Assistant Professorial Lecturer at De La Salle University. He has taught various courses in both the undergraduate and graduate school with a primary focus on advanced econometrics and microeconomic theory. He obtained his Bachelor of Science in Applied Economics from De La Salle University and graduated summa cum laude. He also obtained a Master of Science in Economics from the same university, completing the rigorous ladderized track in the fastest time recorded in the school’s history. He was also the 17th Commissioner of the Young Economist’s Convention of the Economics Organization and a founding executive board member of the Lasallian Graduate Economics Society. He was also one of the top young economists of 2019 as inducted by the Philippine Economics Society.
Macrofinance and Macroprudential Policy, Time Series Econometrics, Impact Evaluation, Monetary Economics
Central Bank Associate, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas
(2020 – Present)
Part of the first Young Professionals Program of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas focused on the conduct of research on frontier macroprudential surveillance measures.
Data Analytics Specialist, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas
(2019 – 2020)
Collaborated under the Financial Markets Research Group on applications of Big Data to Financial Risk in the Philippines by building Uncertainty Indices, Growth at Risk Models, Value at Risk Models, Network Models, and more Macro financial Surveillance Indicators.
Assistant Professorial Lecturer, De La Salle University School of Economics
(2017 – Present)
Taught courses in Financial Economics, Financial Econometrics, Intermediate Econometrics, Advanced Microeconomics, Advanced Macroeconomics, Economics Statistics and Mathematical Economics Methods