Daniel Schydlowsky


Daniel M. Schydlowsky is one of the leading development economists of his generation, who has combined a long academic career with exceptional public service in the Government of Peru. He has most recently taught at Harvard University where he is the Robert F. Kennedy Visiting Professor 2009-2010 at the Kennedy School of Government and a Senior Fellow at the Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government. He has earlier been Professor of Economics at Boston University and The American University in Washington DC. In thirty five years of academic life, Dr. Schydlowsky has made seminal contributions in the areas of international trade, benefit cost analysis, exchange rate economics, monetary modelling in LDCs, macroeconomic modelling, inflation and stabilization and employment policy. His publications span a correspondingly wide range. He served in the Administration of President Alejandro Toledo of Peru (2001-2006) as Presidential Counsellor for Economic and Financial Affairs, as President of the National Development Bank and concurrently as one of seven Board Members of the Central Bank.





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