Despite their short history, Sovereign Thematic Bonds have emerged as an interesting opportunity for Latin America and Caribbean (LAC) countries to efficiently channel domestic and international capital markets towards sustainable investments. While countries are trying to finance their recovery efforts and also take advantage of the increased interest for responsible and … [Read more...] about Sovereign Sustainable Bonds as Core Financing Instruments for Sustainable Development
Holds a Master Degree in Economics from Torcuato Di Tella University, as well as an Economics undergraduate degree from the same institution. She has been selected to participate in the Virtual Lab on Sustainable Finance and Impact Investment organized by AECID and UNED Micaela has 18 years of experience in economic and financial analysis and regulatory and consulting activities in most Latin American countries, focusing on energy, infrastructure, and climate change projects. Her professional training in economics, later completed with postgraduate studies, allowed her, together with an intensive professional practice, to have a solid knowledge of the subject. Since 2005 she has been involved in research and consultancy work at the Torcuato Di Tella Foundation and Institute on Economics of Climate Change, including carbon pricing projects, green and carbon finance platforms, training for decision makers and promotion of a regional environmental agenda. Since 2003 she has been a university lecturer and professor at undergraduate and graduate levels in several Argentinean universities. She is the author of publications on economic, energy and climate change issues.