Mary Stokes focuses on Central and Eastern Europe and Turkey. Her areas of interest include monetary and fiscal policy, regional integration and political risk. She has been quoted by CNN, the New York Times, BusinessWeek and Forbes, as well as numerous regional publications. Her research has been cited by the Financial Times, the Center for Strategic and International Studies and the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IEF), among others. She holds a master’s degree from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) with a concentration in international economics and a specialization in emerging markets and a bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).
Recent Blog Posts by Mary Stokes
- Swedish Banks: Could They Get Burned By Heavy Baltic Exposure?
- Is Eastern Europe on the Brink of an Asia-Style Crisis?
- Eastern Europe: On Crisis Watch
- Devaluation In Latvia: Why Not?
- The D-Word Pops Up Again In Japan: How Temporary?
- Why Japan’s Downturn May Not Be So Mild After All
- Rocky Road Ahead for Romania