Sebastián Sosa has been an economist at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) since 2006. He currently works in the Regional Studies Division of the Western Hemisphere Department, focusing on macroeconomic issues in Latin America, and previously served on the teams for Bolivia, Mexico, Uruguay, and Lebanon. Prior to joining the IMF, he was a professor (macroeconomics) at the Universidad de la República, and researcher at CERES (Center for the Study of Economic and Social Affairs), both in Uruguay.
- Taper Tantrum or Tedium: How U.S. Interest Rates Affect Financial Markets in Emerging Economies
- On A Roll: Sustaining Strong Growth in Latin America
- Latin America and the Caribbean: Dealing With Another Food Price Shock
- Regional Spillovers in South America: How “Systemic” is Brazil?
- Latin America’s Commodity Dependence: What if the Boom Turns to Bust?