I'm currently Deputy Division Chief at the Western Hemisphere Department of the International Monetary Fund.
I joined the IMF in 2004 and, since then, I have worked in multiple areas including:
Conducting surveillance and program work in various country teams (Chile, Romania, Uruguay, Turkey, Indonesia),
Contributing to the development of IMF credit facilities,
Reviewing of IMF programs,
Producing analytical work for Western Hemisphere's Regional Economic Outlook
Co-leading the production of the External Sector Report on Global Imbalances at the Research Department
Assessing systemic economies' external positions and exchange rates.
I currently lead the country team for Uruguay.
My research in recent years has focused on foreign exchange intervention, exchange rates, capital flows and external adjustment.
Before joining the IMF, I was professor at National University of Tucumán (Argentina).
PhD in Economics, University of California—Los Angeles (UCLA), 2004
M.A. in Economics, University of California—Los Angeles (UCLA), 2002
B.A. in Economics (Licenciatura en Economía), Universidad Nacional de Tucumán (UNT), Argentina, 1999