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NOTE: The author’s disclosure statement was updated on September 11, 2019 to reflect his position in government during the period discussed in this paper.
Federico Sturzenegger reviews the various macroeconomic stabilization programs implemented under the Macri presidency, seeking to shed light on what went wrong and what monetary and fiscal policy lessons can be learned from the experience in Argentina.
Sturzenegger, Federico. 2019. “Macri’s Macro: The meandering road to stability and growth” BPEA Conference Draft, Fall.
Conflict of Interest Disclosure
The author served as Governor of the Central Bank of Argentina from December 2015 until June 2018 and is currently Professor of Economics at Universidad de San Andrés and an advisor for Latus View, an investment firm. Beyond these affiliations, the author did not receive financial support from any firm or person for this paper or from any firm or person with a financial or political interest in this paper. He is currently not an officer, director, or board member of any organization with an interest in this paper. No outside party had the right to review this paper before circulation. The views expressed in this paper are those of the author, and do not necessarily reflect those of Universidad de San Andrés or Latus View.