Carlos Winograd

Paris School of Economics, PSE-ENS, Paris and University of Evry
Economist

Carlos Winograd holds a first degree in Economics from the University of Buenos Aires, an MA in Economics (Cum Lauda) from the Pontificia Universidade Catolica Rio de Janeiro (PUC/RJ). He has been student at the University of Oxford (Nuffield College and Wolfson College) and holds a Masters and Ph.d (Cum Lauda) from the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (DELTA-EHESS). He is Research Fellow, Paris School of Economics, Ecole Normale Supérieure, and Associate Professor, University of Paris-Evry. He has received different international awards such as the National Prize in Economics (Losango) in Brazil, the Nuffield and Wolfson Awards in the United Kingdom among other distinctions. In 2004 he received the Academic Merit Award from the French Government. From 1999-2002 he was Secretary of State for Competition, Deregulation and Consumer Affairs, Government of Argentina and in charge of the Coordination for the Ministry of Economy (Argentina) of the Mercosur Macroeconomic Initiatives, 1999-2001. Carlos has taught at universities in France, UK, Argentina and Brazil. He has developed consulting activities for multilateral institutions, governments and the corporate sector. The corporate consulting activities with firms such as West LB Bank, Synopia-CCF Bank, Renault, Gambro-Sweden, EDF, Cablevision, Telecom Italia, Clarin Media Group, Fintech, Telecom Argentina, TIM Brasil, Total Petroleum among others, have focused on the macroeconomic environment, the strategy of the firm and finance as well as on M&A, antitrust, regulation and litigation. Carlos has worked for multilateral institutions such as the World Institute for Development Economics Research (UN), the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC-UN), the OECD, the European Commission, World Bank, Inter-American Development Bank, the Brazilian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Minister of Economics (Uruguay), the Government of Argentina, Telecom and Postal Regulator (Senegal) among others. His publications include the books “Open Economy and Predetermined Exchange Rate : What do we Learn from the Argentine Experience ?” Estudios Cedes, Argentina, 1984 ; “Argentina in the 20th Century : An Account of Long-Awaited Growth” (joint with M.A. Véganzones), OECD, Paris, 1997 ; and recent articles Specialisation and Trade Regimes:The Case of Argentina”, in J.L. Bour, D. Heymann and F. Navajas, Finance and Trade in Latin America, Basil Blackwell, Oxford, 2004 ; Regulation and Antitrust in an Emerging Economy : The Case of Argentina” (joint with M. Celani), in N. Mulder and J. Oliveira, Trade, Industrial Policies and Regulation in the Southern Cone, OECD, Paris, 2005 ; The Political Economy of Imperfect Taxation and Sustainable Privatisation : Winners and Losers (joint with R. Ahrend), Public Choice, 2006 ; Crise de Dette et Restructuration : Les Controverses récentes (joint with F.Alvaredo), in L’Harmattan, Paris, 2006 ; Macroeconomic Coordination Policies : From Europe to Mercosur, in Blyde, Fernandez Arias and Giordano, IDB, 2008 ; Competition Policies and Economic Crisis, to be published in Concurrences, 2009. Carlos’s research projects are on International Macroeconomics, Political Economy, Trade, Competitiveness and Dynamic Specialization ; Money Inflation and Financial History, and Regulation and Antitrust.

Auteurs associés

MAPP (Paris)
Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton (Brussels)
DG COMP (Brussels)
University Carlos III - Department of Economics
Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton (Brussels)

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