Pre Ph.D. research
When fear of floating meets the Taylor Rule. Recent evidence from Latin America May 2016
Advisor Charles Calomiris
This thesis aims to find evidence of the “fear of floating” in three Latin American countries: Mexico, Chile, and Brazil. By considering the role of the exchange rate in their monetary policy and describing it as an augmented forward-looking Taylor Rule with interest rate smoothing. If the Taylor Rule does not describe the behavior of their target rates, then evidence of “fear of floating” will be found.
Monitoring of fast-paced electronic markets Bank of International Settlements Sep 2018
Mercado cambiario en México: Operación del peso mexicano y otras divisas a través de plataformas electrónicas Comité del Mercado Cambiario Mexicano May 2017