Webinar Series – Capital Flows, Currency Crisis and Macroeconomic Policies in Emerging Markets – November 24th to December 8th

Dear Young Scholars,

The Latin America working group would like to invite you to our last webinar series of 2016. This webinar series has been organized by Pablo Bortz (National University of San Martin, Argentina).

The webinar link: https://www4.gotomeeting.com/join/932165711

Capital Flows, Currency Crisis and Macroeconomic Policies in Emerging Markets

Crisis cambiarias recesivas en los países emergentes 1960-2012: ¿Crisis de fundamentals o crisis de política?

November 24th – 11am (NY time)

(Webinar in SPANISH)


BA in Economics FCE/UBA, MA Economic Development IDAES/UNSAM and PHD student in Economics FCE/UBA. PHD researcher in IDAES-UNSAM/CONICET. Research interest are open macroeconomics, balance of payment crisis and financial integration vulnerabilities.

Capital Flows and External Debt: Reflections on the Latin America experience

December 1st – 11am (NY time)

Pablo Bortz (IDAES/UNSAM)

Pablo Bortz obtained his B.A. in Economics at the University of Buenos Aires, his M.A. in Political Economy at FLACSO and his Ph.D. at the Delft University of Technology. He worked at the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Central Bank of Argentina. He was Associate Economic Affairs Officer at the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), where he participated in the elaboration of the Trade and Development Report 2015. He published articles in different journals and presented papers in numerous conferences, on topics ranging from macroeconomics, to economic growth, to the history of economic thought. Currently, he teaches at the National University of San Martín and at the National University of General Sarmiento, in Argentina.

Determinación de tasa de interés pasiva en Argentina

December 8th – 11am (NY time)

(Webinar in SPANISH)

Martín Cherkasky (IDAES/UNSAM)

Degree in Economics FCE/UBA and BA Economic Development IDAES/UNSAM. Research interest are open macroeconomics and financial system.