Francisco Amsler holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics from the National University of Litoral (Argentina), and a master’s double-degree in Economic Analysis and Policy under the “Economic Policies for the Global Transition” Program — supported by the European Commission and jointly offered by Sorbonne University, París Cité University, UTC Compiègne, and Roma Tre University. Prior to CEPR, he worked as research assistant, economic consultant, and economic analyst, gaining professional experience in a variety of organizations in academia, labor unions, NGOs, and private firms. His research and policy interests are macroeconomic policy, income distribution, sustainable development, and international monetary and financial systems and international financial institutions, as well as the intersection between these and closely related topics. He focuses on developing and emerging economies, especially in Latin America.
Francisco focuses on developing and emerging economies, especially in Latin America.