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Masaryk University Brno

Martin Guzi

Ministry of Economy, Argentina

Martín Guzmán

Martín Guzmán is the Minister of Economy of Argentina. He is a researcher at the Columbia University School of Business, and Director of the Public Debt Restructuring Program of the Policy Dialogue Initiative of the same School. He is an associate professor at Facultad de Ciencias Económicas de la Universidad de Buenos Aires (Faculty of Economic Sciences of the University of Buenos Aires). As of December 2019, he is a tenured lecturer at Facultad de Ciencias Económicas de la Universidad de La Plata (School of Economic Sciences of the National University of La Plata). He is editor in chief of the Journal of Globalization and Development and has published numerous academic articles in specialized journals and books.

Joseph Gyourko

University of Birmingham

Christoph Görtz

Christoph Görtz is an Associate Professor at the University of Birmingham. Prior to this, he worked at the University of Nottingham and the Bank of England. His research interests are in the area of macroeconomics, financial economics and monetary policy, with particular focus on business cycles, expectations, news shocks, firm-dynamics, the interaction between real and financial sectors in the economy, learning and uncertainty.

Istanbul Medeniyet University

Giray Gözgör

Giray Gözgör is a Professor at the Istanbul Medeniyet University, Faculty of Political Sciences in Istanbul. He is also an affiliate of the CESifo Network. He has also worked at Ghent University and the University of California, Irvine, as a visiting scholar. He has been listed in the IDEAS/RePEc Economist Rankings (Top 5% Authors, Last 10 Years Publications). Dr. Gözgör’s research interests include a variety of topics in international economics and political economy, as well as international finance, applied econometrics, energy economics, and climate change. An essential aspect of his research focuses on the effects of globalization and trade policy shocks on the indicators of climate change, the macroeconomy, and structural transformation.