George Saravelos is a graduate of the Masters in Public Administration/International Development program at the Harvard Kennedy School. During his studies he also worked at the IMF on building financial market surveillance tools for the Middle East, Central Asia and North Africa region. He currently works at Deutsche Bank as a vice president in Foreign Exchange strategy where he is responsible for the fundamental analysis of major currencies and advising clients on risks and opportunities in currency markets. George also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Cambridge University.
Articles by George Saravelos:
Early warning indicators and the 2008-09 crisis: New evidence
1 July 2010, 24162 reads
Holmes, McGrattan, Prescott
Beck, De Haas, Ongena