Martín Maximiliano Guzmán
Date of Birth 12 October 1982
Place La Plata, Argentina
Nomination 21 September 2021
Title Minister of the Economy of the Republic of Argentina
Most important awards, prizes and academies
Current Appointments: Minister of the Economy of the Republic of Argentina; Full Professor (tenured), Moneda, Crédito y Bancos, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas de la Universidad Nacional de La Plata; Professor, Universidad of Buenos Aires; Director, Columbia University Initiative for Policy Dialogue Debt Restructuring Program; Member, Institute for New Economic Thinking’s Taskforce on Macroeconomic Externalities at Columbia University; Non-resident Senior Fellow, Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI); Non-resident Senior Fellow, Espacios Abiertos (Puerto Rico). International Positions and Boards: Editor in Chief, Journal of Globalization and Development; Member of the Board, Università degli Studi di Trento Summer School Program in Adaptive Economic Dynamics. Awards: 2012 Brown University Graduate Merit Dissertation Fellowship; 2011 Raúl Prebisch Prize to the best paper by Argentinean Young Economists (awarded by the Central Bank of Argentina); 2006-2008 CONICET Post-Graduate Fellowship.
Summary of scientific research
Public Debt; International Macroeconomics; Monetary Economics; Economic Development.
Publications in Journals: “The pandemic economic crisis, precautionary behavior, and mobility constraints: an application of the dynamic disequilibrium model with randomness” (with Joseph E. Stiglitz), Industrial and Corporate Change 30 (2), 467-497, 2021; “Economic fluctuations and pseudo-wealth” (with Joseph E. Stiglitz), Industrial and Corporate Change 30 (2), 297-315, 2021; “Pseudo-Wealth and Consumption Fluctuations” (with Joseph E. Stiglitz), The Economic Journal, 131, 372-391, 2021; “An analysis of Argentina’s 2001 default resolution”, Comparative Economic Studies 62 (4): 701-738, 2020; "Towards a dynamic disequilibrium theory with randomness" (with Joseph E. Stiglitz), Oxford Review of Economic Policy 36 (3),621-674, 2020; “An analysis of Puerto Rico’s debt relief needs to restore debt sustainability” (with Pablo Gluzmann and Joseph E. Stiglitz), CENTRO Journal, 30(3), 104-146, 2018; “Real Exchange Rate Policies for Economic Development” (with José Antonio Ocampo and Joseph E. Stiglitz), World Development, 110, 51-62, 2018; “Assessing the Robustness of the Relationship Between Financial Reforms and Banking Crises” (with Pablo Gluzmann), Journal of International Financial Markets, Money, and Institutions, 49, 32-47, 2017; “The IMF Debt Sustainability Analysis: Issues and Problems” (with Daniel Heymann), Journal of Globalization and Development 6 (2): 387-404, 2015; “Tensions in the Implementation of Central Banks’ Policies in the Pursuit of Economic Development” (with Pablo Gluzmann), Ensayos Económicos 1 (65-66), 173-205, 2012; “Financial Reforms and Financial Instability”, (with Pablo Gluzmann), Ensayos Económicos 1 (61-62), 35-73, 2011.
Chapters in Books: “A Soft Law Mechanism for Sovereign Debt Restructuring based on the UN Principles” (with Joseph E. Stiglitz), in Sovereign Debt and Human Rights, ed. by Ilias Bantekas and Cephas Lumina. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2018, Chapter 23, pp. 446-457; “Creating a Framework for Sovereign Debt Restructuring that Works” (with Joseph E. Stiglitz). In Too Little, Too Late: The Quest to Resolve Sovereign Debt Crises, Columbia University Press, New York, 2016, Chapter 1, pp. 3-32; “Introduction” (with José Antonio Ocampo and Joseph E. Stiglitz). In Too Little, Too Late: The Quest to Resolve Sovereign Debt Crises, Columbia University Press, New York, 2016, pp. XIII-XXII; “A Theory of Pseudo-wealth” (with Joseph E. Stiglitz). In Contemporary Issues in Macroeconomics: Lessons from The Crisis and Beyond, Palgrave, London, 2015, Chapter 3, pp.21-33; “Learning, Leverage, and the Financial Instability Hypothesis” (with Peter Howitt). In Contemporary Issues in Macroeconomics: Lessons from The Crisis and Beyond, Palgrave, London, 2015, Chapter 6, pp. 50-60; Discussion on Joseph Stiglitz’s paper “Crises: Principles and Policies”. International Economic Association Roundtable, Life After Debt, Buenos Aires, 2012. IEA Volume Debt Crises - How to Prevent them, how manage them, how to ensure there is life after debt (edited by Daniel Heymann and Joseph Stiglitz, Palgrave 2013).
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