Gustavo Adler is an Economist in the Regional Studies Division of the IMF’s Western Hemisphere Department. At the IMF, he served on the teams for Chile, Indonesia, Romania, Turkey, and Uruguay; and he has worked on the recent reforms of the IMF’s credit facilities. Before joining the Fund, he was professor at National University of Tucumán (Argentina).
- Saving Latin America’s Unprecedented Income Windfall
- Latin America: Riding the Global Financial Waves
- Regional Spillovers in South America: How “Systemic” is Brazil?
- Latin America’s Commodity Dependence: What if the Boom Turns to Bust?
- Does Foreign Exchange Intervention Slow the Pace of Currency Appreciation?