Join the Council of the Americas for a conversation on Argentina’s economy with Argentine economist Eduardo Levy Yeyati. Levi Yeyati will explore the structural factors behind the recurring down-cycles, public policy scenarios in the next administration, and the future of Argentina’s regional and international integration.
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Eduardo Levy Yeyati is the dean of the School of Government at Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, where he also directs its Center for Evidence-based Policy. Levy Yeyati was previously visiting professor of Public Policy at the Harvard’s School of Government, where he is affiliated to the Center for International Development, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, president of the board at CIPPEC (pro bono), head of Research for Latin America and Head of Strategy for Emerging Markets at Barclays Capital, senior financial advisor for Latin America at the World Bank and chief economist of the Central Bank of Argentina. He is also a founding partner at Elypsis, a macro finance consultancy in Buenos Aires.