Guillermo Vuletin

Guillermo Vuletin is a fellow in the Global Economy and Development program and the Global-CERES Economic and Social Policy in Latin America Initiative. He is also a visiting professor at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. His research focuses on fiscal and monetary policies with a particular interest in macroeconomic policy in emerging and developing countries.

Recent Activity

  • In the News

    Chile is, along with Colombia, the country better prepared in fiscal terms to deal with a GDP crisis.

    December 22, 2014, Carlos Vegh and Guillermo Vuletin, Pulso
  • In the News

    The appreciation of the blue exchange is, in my opinion, not the merit of Vanoli's legal ‘witch hunt', as some people in the government like to suggest, but rather the consequence of farmers selling commodities.

    November 14, 2014, Guillermo Vuletin, Central Banking
  • In the News

    [Due to the Fed’s tapering] there will be a reversal of capital flows from emerging markets to the center (United States) which, in turn, will increase the pressure towards the depreciation of local currencies.

    October 30, 2014, Guillermo Vuletin, Clarin
  • In the News

    The new central banker [Alejandro Vanoli] will be an ally of the government and, as such, he will respond to president Fernandez's needs and requests.

    October 29, 2014, Guillermo Vuletin, Central Banking
  • In the News

    The fundamental economic question of the last five years has been a simple one: how much does stimulus work?

    October 7, 2014, Guillermo Vuletin and Carlos Vegh, The Washington Post
  • In the News

    If the government had negotiated with holdouts from the beginning, tempers have calmed down.

    July 8, 2014, Guillermo Vuletin, Brasil Economico
  • In the News

    The [Argentinean] blue exchange rate is a symptom of the government's inability to solve more fundamental problems.

    May 18, 2014, Guillermo Vuletin, Aftenposten
  • Interview | The SAIS Observer

    February 21, 2014

  • In the News

    [Argentina's] government has been cornered in a position where it couldn't sustain these lies forever.

    February 14, 2014, Guillermo Vuletin, Central Banking
  • Interview | tbs eFM This Morning

    February 4, 2014

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