XXI Workshop in International Economics and Finance | Call for papers

 We welcome papers on International Economics, Macroeconomics and Finance that address issues of relevance for the economies of Latin America. Topics of special interest include (but not limited to):

  • Monetary and fiscal policy in EMEs under an uncertain external environment.
  • Disinflation: inflation targeting versus the others.
  • Global imbalances and capital flows in EMEs.
  • Macro-prudential policies and capital controls.
  • Technological innovation and sectorial employment.
  • The role of the nominal exchange rate regime: fiscal shocks, trade policy and the RER.
  • Political economy of populism.
  • The implications of monetary policy normalization in advanced economies.

 The papers to be presented in the academic sessions will be selected by a program committee whose members include:

Emilio Espino, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella

Andrés Fernández, Inter-American Development Bank

Daniel Chiquiar, Bank of Mexico

Constantino Hevia, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella

Bernabé López-Martín, Bank of Mexico

Andrés Neumeyer, Central Bank of Argentina

Andrew Powell, Inter-American Development Bank

Carlos Urrutia, Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México

Carlos Végh, The World Bank