Liliana Rojas-Suarez

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Liliana Rojas-Suarez
NationalityPeru
InstitutionCenter for Global Development
FieldFinancial stability, Financial regulation, Financial crises, International development, Financial Inclusion
Alma materWestern University
Information at IDEAS / RePEc

Liliana Rojas-Suarez is a Peruvian economist, who is currently a Senior Fellow and Director of the Latin American Initiative at the Center for Global Development[1]. She is also Core Faculty for the Program in Economic Policy Management at School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University [2] and the President of the Latin American Committee on Macroeconomic and Financial Issues (CLAAF). [3]. In 2012, Rojas-Suarez was named Economist of the Year by Lima’s Chamber of Commerce.[4]

Early years[edit]

Rojas-Suarez was born in Lima, Peru. She earned a B.A. in Economics at Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru (1975), a M.A. in Economics at University of Ottawa (1978) and a Ph.D. in Economics at Western University (1984).

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Liliana Rojas-Suarez is a Peruvian economist, who is currently a Senior Fellow and Director of the Latin American Initiative at the Center for Global Development. She is also Core Faculty for the Program in Economic Policy Management at School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University and the President of the Latin American Committee on Macroeconomic and Financial Issues (CLAAF). In 2012, Rojas-Suarez was named Economist of the Year by Lima’s Chamber of Commerce. Rojas-Suarez has developed extensive empirical research on financial stability and financial crises in Latin America and Emerging Markets, International Development, financial regulation and financial inclusion.[5] During 2010-11, Rojas-Suarez was the President of the International Banking, Economics, and Finance Association (IBEFA)[6]. She has previously served as the chief economist for Latin America at Deutsche Bank (1998–2000) and as principal advisor to the chief economist at the Inter-American Development Bank (1994–1998). She spent a decade working for the International Monetary Fund (IMF), where her final position was as Deputy Chief of the Capital Markets and Financial Studies Division. She has also taught at Mexico's Anahuac University, been a visiting fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, and worked as an economic advisor to PEMEX, Mexico's state-owned petroleum company.

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