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Martin Guzman

Martin Guzman is a research associate at Columbia University, Professor of Economics at the University of Buenos Aires, and senior non-resident fellow at the Center for a New Economy in San Juan, Puerto Rico. He is a co-chair of Columbia IPD’s Taskforce on Debt Restructuring and Sovereign Bankruptcy, and a member of the INET Research Group on “Macroeconomic Efficiency and Stability”. He holds a PhD in Economics from Brown University. His research fields are Macroeconomics, Monetary Economics, and Economic Growth.

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Argentina’s Unseen Fragility

Article | May 18, 2018

With growth fueled by an increase in debt, Argentina is facing an uncertain economic future, despite investors’ generally rosy view. The government of Mauricio Macri has options to address the country’s macroeconomic risks, but none of them will be free of tough choices.

Learning, Expectations, and the Financial Instability Hypothesis

Paper Working Paper Series | | Nov 2015

This paper analyzes what assumptions on formation of expectations are consistent with Minsky’s Financial Instability Hypothesis (FIH) and its corollaries.

Pseudo-wealth Fluctuations and Aggregate Demand Effects

Paper Conference paper | | Apr 2015

This paper presents a theory of pseudo-wealth in a model that displays aggregate demand externalities.

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Puerto Rico Is Getting Squeezed, and It Will Cost All of Us

Article | Sep 12, 2017

The path of austerity could spread economic pain and social woes far beyond the Caribbean island, says public debt expert Martin Guzman