Chief Economist (November 1977- ). FIEL (Latin American Economic Research Foundation), a private think tank at Buenos Aires, Argentina. Former Executive Director of FIEL (1990/95 and 2001/2004). Currently in charge of FIEL Macroeconomic Projections (FMF), an econometric projection model of the Argentine economy, and FIEL CPI (consumer price index by FIEL). He also heads the Labor and Social Security Department at FIEL.
• Economic Consultant for the World Bank, IADB and UNDP. Macroeconomic policies, fiscal sustainability, labor markets, pension systems, social policies. Former Consultant for the Governments of Argentina (Ministry of Labor and Social Security), Panama (1998/9), Uruguay (National Office of Planning and Projects, 1995), Costa Rica (National Congress, 1994) and Bolivia (Ministry of Economic Planning, 1988).
• Consultant, Harvard Institute for International Development (HIID), GTZ (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammemarbeit), and Agency of International Development (USAID), Bolivia Project on Economic Policies Employment Policy La Paz, Bolivia. 1987/88.
• Head, Consultant Group: Employment in the Province of Buenos Aires (1995), Input Output Table for the Province of Buenos Aires (1979) and Regional Accounts for Argentina (1980/81). Argentine Federal Council of Investments.
• Senior Analyst. Argentine Government, Ministry of Economics (Treasury Department, Office of Research and Tax Analysis), 1975/76. Research grant, National Council for Scientific Research (CONICET, Argentina), 1974/75.