Welcome to the website of
 Andrés Fernández Martin. 

I am Senior Economist at the Research Department of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) in Washington D.C. I hold a Ph.D. in Economics from Rutgers University. 

My research focuses mainly on the macroeconomics of emerging market economies. One area of my research agenda is devoted to the study of the sources of business cycles in emerging economies, including driving forces of financial and real nature, with the use of dynamic stochastic general equilibrium models. I am also extending this framework to study capital controls, monetary policy, the presence of financial and labor market frictions, and the co-movement in the macro dynamics of emerging economies.
 
Please click the headers above for more information about my research, the policy work I do at the IDB, my teaching experience, or the blogs I have written recently. See also here for an updated version of my CV. A link to my Google Scholar profile and citations can be found here too.

Other Affiliations:
- Independent Committee for the Colombian Fiscal Rule, Member (ad honorem).