Martin Guzman is a research associate at Columbia University, Professor of Economics at the University of Buenos Aires, and senior non-resident fellow at the Center for a New Economy in San Juan, Puerto Rico. He is a co-chair of Columbia IPD’s Taskforce on Debt Restructuring and Sovereign Bankruptcy, and a member of the INET Research Group on “Macroeconomic Efficiency and Stability”. He holds a PhD in Economics from Brown University. His research fields are Macroeconomics, Monetary Economics, and Economic Growth.
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A change in macroeconomic policies will not be sufficient to set Argentina on a path of inclusive and sustained economic development. But, as last month’s currency scare showed, abandoning the approach adopted by President Mauricio Macri’s administration at the end of 2015 is a necessary step.
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