Luis-Felipe Zanna is a Senior Economist in the Research Department at the International Monetary Fund. His research is in the areas of international Macroeconomics, Development Economics, and Monetary Economics. Before joining the IMF, he worked as an economist in the International Finance Division of the Federal Reserve Board. He holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania.
Articles by Luis-Felipe Zanna:
The impact of the global crisis on aid flows: Is it over yet?
6 April 2011, 7985 reads
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