I am an Economist at the European Department of the International Monetary Fund. I am mainly engaged with monitoring and analysis of economic developments in European countries, contributing to Europe's Regional Economic Outlook publications. Prior to the IMF, I was an Economist at the World Bank. I also worked at policy think tanks like the Conference Board and the Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations. I received an MA degree in economics from the Delhi School of Economics and a PhD in economics from the University of Virginia. 

My main research interests are in areas of macroeconomics, international economics, and time series econometrics. My recent research focuses on macro-financial linkages, fiscal-monetary coordination, wages and labor markets, and global business cycles. 

For more details, please see my CV and my google scholar page.


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Email: Rhuidrom@imf.org