Eduardo Levy Yeyati

Eduardo Levy Yeyati obtained his Ph.D. in Economy from University of Pennsylvania. He is a Professor of Economy at the University Torcuato Di Tella and at the University of Buenos Aires. He has been a visiting professor of Public Policies at Harvard Kennedy School of Government, president of CIPPEC and Executive Director of the consultancy agency Elypsis. Among other professional and academic activities, Prof. Levy was Senior Fellow of Brookings Institution, Guest Professor of Barcelona Graduate School of Economics, Emerging Markets Strategy Director and Chief Research in Barclays Capital, Financial Advisor of the World Bank for Latin America and the Caribbean, chief economist of the Argentine Central Bank and director of the Research Center of the University Torcuato Di Tella. Additionally, as a macroeconomics expert, he regularly advises multilateral organisms (World Bank, IBD, CAF, OCDE and IMF), central banks, governments and companies based in emerging markets. His research about monetary and currency policies, and emerging banking and finance have been published in the American Economic Review, Journal of the European Economic Association, Journal of International Economics, European Economic Review, Economic Policy, among other international journals and magazines. In Spanish, he has published “We will take all: The 10th most polemical decisions of the model” with Marcos Novaro (Ed. Sudamericana, 2013) and “The resurrection: The history of the Argentine post crisis” with Diego Valenzuela (Ed. Sudamericana, 2007). He has also written the novels “Culebrón” (Ed. Random House Mondadori, 2013) and “Gallo” (Ed. Random House Mondadori, 2008). He is a regular collaborator for international press like Vox EU and Project Syndicate, and a regular writer in La Nación (Argentina) and Perfil (Argentina).