Javier Guillermo Gómez P. is Senior Economist at the International Monetary Fund. Mr. Gómez is author of the book Dinero, banca y mercados financieros, los países emergentes en la economía global (Money, Banking and Financial Makets, Emerging Countries in the Global Economy) and coauthor of the paper “The implementation of inflation targeting in Colombia. He was previously chief of inflation and macro program at the Banco de la República, the central bank of Colombia. He was IMF-GDN visiting scholar and World Bank short-term consultant. He holds a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Chicago.
Recent Blog Posts by Javier Guillermo Gomez Pineda
- Whither the Credit and Asset Price Cycle in Latin America?
- On the Links to a Recovery in Latin America
- The External Factors of Monetary Policy in Latin America
- A sea change in Latin American monetary policy?
- Latin American currencies have depreciated but are not as undervalued as in 2002
- Where should the US inflation rate go?
- The Mystery of a Rising Inflation in Latin America
- The outlook for emerging markets
- Should the United States defend the dollar or let it go?
- The roller coaster that dollarized economies are riding
- The Taylor principle or why should central banks raise interest rates actively
- Emerging Asia and International Food Inflation
- The EMBI in the Global Village