Marcio Holland is professor of economics at São Paulo School of Economics, Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV), CNPq researcher, and currently coordinator of the Graduate Program of the Economics. He does research involving international finance and open macroeconomics with focus on Latin American Economies.
Recent Blog Posts by Marcio Holland
- Has the Financial Crisis Corrected the Exchange Rate in Brazil?
- US Dollar Weakness: Now and Afterwards
- Inflation Risk in Brazil and the Latest CB Decision
- Will Brazil decouple from the US slowdown?
- Globalization and Inflation in the Brazilian Perspective
- Should Latin America economies coordinate their exchange rates together?