Victoria Nuguer is a Research Economist in the Inter-American Development Bank’s Research Department. She holds a Ph.D. from École Polytechnique Fédéral de Lausanne in Switzerland and a bachelor’s degree from the Universidad de Buenos Aires in Argentina. Prior to joining the Bank in May 2017, she spent nearly three years as a Research Economist in the Bank of Mexico. Victoria’s main research agenda focuses on building dynamic stochastic general equilibrium models to explain key financial transmission mechanisms in closed and open economies. For closed economies, she has focused on the propagation of financial shocks from the housing sector to the rest of the economy. Regarding open economies, Victoria has studied the international transmission of financial shocks from advanced to emerging economies through the bank lending channel. Recently, she has been working on understanding the strategic interaction between monetary and macroprudential policies and on the role of trade credit when firms set prices in emerging economies.
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|IDB-DP-583||Discussion Papers||Price Dynamics and the Financing Structure of Firms in Emerging Economies|| Finkelstein Shapiro, Alan |
González Gómez, Andrés
|IDB-DP-516||Discussion Papers||Tight Money-Tight Credit: Coordination Failure in the Conduct of Monetary and Financial Policies|| Mendoza, Enrique |
Carrillo, Julio A.
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