Martín Redrado

Martín Redrado

Martín Redrado is a rare blend of thinker and international policy maker.

As a Central Banker in Argentina, his policies aided Argentina in overcoming the 2008-2009 world financial crisis. He resigned his position after the president made the decision to use Central Bank's reserves to pay for current expenditures.

In 1994, he created Fundacion Capital, an economic research house that has established itself as a top think tank in Latin America.

He is the author of four books, "Cómo sobrevivir a la globalización" (How to Survive Globalization), "Exportar para crecer" (Exports for Growth), "Tiempo de Desafíos" (Time of Challenges), and "Sin Reservas" (No Reserve).

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