O Brasil e os países da região têm um dilema difícil para resolver. O aumento da renda nacional está alimentando as demandas por mais e melhores serviços públicos. Ao mesmo tempo, os governos que aumentaram seus gastos durante os anos do boom das commodities, agora enfrentam condições externas menos favoráveis e precisam se ajustar. Em um contexto de fatores externos adversos, … [Leia mais...] about Maior eficiência, o caminho para um futuro próspero para o Brasil
Alejandro Izquierdo is Principal Technical Leader at the Research Department of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). He previously held positions as interim Chief Economist and Manager of the Research Department, Regional Economic Advisor for Mexico and Central America, and Principal Economist across the IDB. Alejandro spearheaded the IDB’s Annual Macroeconomic Report for several years and is currently co-director of the Columbia University-IDB executive program on international financial issues in emerging markets. He has also led IDB’s flagship product, the Development in the Americas, on issues such as credit and public expenditure in Latin America. Before his career at the IDB, Alejandro worked at the World Bank in the Department of Economic Policy, and taught courses on macroeconomics and international finance at several Latin American universities. He has several publications in professional journals and edited volumes. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Maryland, an M.S. from Instituto Torcuato Di Tella, Argentina, and a B.A. in Economics from Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina.