Dr. Miguel A. Kiguel
He was Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland and has also taught at CEMA (Center for Macroeconomic Studies in Argentina), at Georgetown University and Columbia University. He is regular speaker at conferences, a columnist at major local newspapers and has written numerous articles in international professional publications on inflation, exchange rate policy and financial markets. Recently, he iahas written the book “The Argentine Economic Crisis, a history of adjustments and disarrays” jointly with Sebastian Kiguel.
Andrés Borenstein is a trained economist with a degree from Buenos Aires University and Masters in Finance from Universidad Torcuato di Tella.
He is currently Associate Economist at Econviews and teaches at both Universidad de Buenos Aires (tenured) on public finance and at Universidad Torcuato di Tella (visiting) in the MBA, Masters in Law & Economics and in Executive education programs.
He has been Chief Economist for Argentina at BTG Pactual and South American economist for the British government based in the British Embassy in Buenos Aires. He also worked as a financial journalist for Clarín and El Economista and was a member of the board of several firms and NGOs and a frequent speaker at corporate and charity events.
He holds a degree in Economics from the University of Buenos Aires.
He is currently an Economist at Econviews.
Delfina María Colacilli
She holds a degree in Economics from Buenos Aires University and is writing a thesis to obtain a Master’s degree in Economics (FCE-UBA).
She is currently an Economist at Econviews.
She holds previously a research scholarship (FCE-UBA).He holds a degree in Economics from the University of Buenos Aires.
He is studying Economics at the University of Buenos Aires
He is currently an Analyst in Econviews.
Pamela Morales Jourdan
Bachelor in Economics, UCEMA
She is economist at Econviews.
She worked previously as an analyst in CRISIL and as an economist in ICYA.