Pablo Bejar, a Bolivian citizen, is a research analyst in the regional studies division of the IMF’s Western Hemisphere Department. He has worked in the Research Department at the Inter-American Development Bank and previously at the International Finance Corporation (IFC). Mr. Bejar holds an MPA degree in Economic Policy from Columbia University in New York as well as an MBA from California State University. His work focuses on international macroeconomics, with special attention to external and economic crisis vulnerabilities, as well a corporate sector and financial-banking sector vulnerabilities in Latin America. He has also worked on financial spillovers, sudden stops, and labor productivity issues in Latin America.
- How Four of the Largest State-Owned Enterprises in Latin America Weathered the Aftermath of the 2014-2016 Commodity Price Slump