Sergio Schmukler is Lead Economist at the World Bank. He obtained his Ph.D. from U.C. Berkeley in 1997, when he started working at the World Bank’s Development Economics Research Group. He has also been Treasurer of LACEA-the Latin America and Caribbean Economic Association (since 2004), Associate Editor of the Journal of Development Economics (2001-2004), taught at the Department of Economics, University of Maryland (1999-2003), and worked at the International Monetary Fund Research Department (2004-2005). Previously, he worked at the U.S. Federal Reserve Board, the Inter-American Development Bank Research Department, and the Argentine Central Bank. His research area is international finance and international financial markets and institutions. He has published many articles in leading academic journals and edited volumes on emerging market finance, financial globalization, financial crises and contagion, financial development, and institutional investors. He has also co-authored and edited four books published by Elsevier, McGraw Hill, Stanford University Press, and the World Bank.
Articles by Sergio Schmukler:
Finance and growth in China and India: Have firms benefited from the capital-market expansion?
6 May 2013, 13862 reads
International capital flows during crises: Gross matters
28 March 2013, 15881 reads
Some pitfalls in global investing
12 November 2012, 9341 reads
Different facets of financial globalisation
28 August 2012, 10855 reads
Do mutual funds make crises worse?
22 September 2011, 8208 reads
The resilience of emerging markets during the global crisis
9 August 2011, 11135 reads
A bank run in Greece? Triplet crises and the ghost of the new drachma
29 June 2011, 21785 reads
Argentina all over again? Lessons for Europe
6 March 2010, 20281 reads