Bertrand Gruss is a Senior Economist in the Research Department of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) where he works on the World Economic Outlook. Prior to that, he worked in the Fiscal Affairs, European, and the Western Hemisphere Departments of the IMF, and at the Central Bank of Uruguay. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the European University Institute. His research interests include macrofinancial linkages, monetary policy, commodity prices and the effects of sudden stops in capital flows.
- Central Bank Credibility Pays Off in Times of Stress
- The Decline in Manufacturing Jobs: Not Necessarily a Cause for Concern
- Learning to Adjust: The Effects of Currency Depreciations on Inflation in Latin America
- To Hike or Not to Hike? Monetary Policy in Latin America During Fed Liftoff
- Mind the Dragon: Latin America’s Exposure to China
- A Downturn Without Layoffs? Reconciling Growth And Labor Markets In Latin America