Carlos Winograd is a non-resident senior fellow at the Inter-American Dialogue. He is a professor and research fellow at the Paris School of Economics and an associate professor at the University of Evry-Paris Saclay. He is also a member of the board of Poder Ciudadano (Transparency International-Argentina). Winograd has taught at universities in France, the United Kingdom, Argentina, and Brazil.
Winograd has received several international scholarships and awards such as the National Prize in Economics (Losango) in Brazil and the Academic Merit Award from the French Government. From 1999-2002 he was Secretary of State for Competition, Regulation, and Consumer Affairs in Argentina and in charge of the coordination of the Mercosur Macroeconomic Initiatives for the Ministry of Economics and Finance (1999-2001).
He has published multiple books, including “Open Economy and Predetermined Exchange Rate: What do we learn from the Argentine Experience?” and “Argentina in the 20th Century: An Account of Long-Awaited Growth.” He frequently publishes academic articles and contributes to newspapers and non-specialized publications.
Winograd holds a degree in Economics from the University of Buenos Aires, a Masters in Economics from the Pontificia Universidade Catolica Rio de Janeiro (PUC/RJ), and a Masters and PhD from Paris School of Economics-EHESS.
Argentina has an important challenge ahead: avoiding an escalation of the current economic crisis leading to a major social and political turmoil under the government of the Frente de Todos (FDT), the incumbent coalition led by Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner (CFK). A 90 percent yearly inflation rate expected for 2022,…