Matías Vernengo

Matías Vernengo is Full Professor at Bucknell University. He was formerly Senior Research Manager at the Central Bank of Argentina (BCRA), Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Utah, and Assistant Professor at Kalamazoo College and the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ). He is currently a visiting professor at the Universidad Nacional de San Martín (UNSAM), and was before at the Université de Bourgogne in Dijon and the Université Paris 13. He has been an external consultant to several United Nations organizations like the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), the International Labor Organization (ILO), the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), and has five edited books, one book and around fifty articles published in scientific peer reviewed journals. He specializes in macroeconomic issues for developing countries, in particular Latin America, international political economy and the history of economic ideas. He is also the co-editor of the Review of Keynesian Economics (ROKE).

Matías Vernengo es doctor en economía por la New School for Social Research (NSSR), y es actualmente profesor en la Bucknell University. Fue anteriormente gerente principal de investigación del Banco Central de la República Argentina (BCRA) y profesor en las universidades de Utah, Federal de Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) y visitante en diversas instituciones internacionales. También ha actuado como consultor externo de la Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe (CEPAL), la Organización Internacional del Trabajo (OIT), el Programa de las Naciones Unidas para el Desarrollo (PNUD) y la Conferencia de las Naciones Unidas sobre el Comercio y el Desarrollo (UNCTAD). Su investigación es en el área de la macroeconomía del desarrollo, la economía política internacional y la historia del pensamiento económico. Es coeditor del Review of Keynesian Economics (ROKE).

Matías Vernengo possui graduação em economia pela Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), mestrado em Economia da Indústria e da Tecnologia pela mesma universidade, e doutorado em economia pela New School for Social Research (NSSR) em Nova York. Atualmente é Professor Titular de Economia da Bucknell University, e foi anteriormente Gerente Principal de Pesquisa do Banco Central da Republica Argentina (BCRA) e professor da University of Utah. Foi também professor titular do Centro de Ciências Jurídicas e Econômicas da Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), visitante da Universidade da Borgonha em Dijon, e da Paris 13 e é atualmente da Universidad Nacional de San Martín (UNSAM). For também consultor da Comissão Econômica para a América Latina e o Caribe (CEPAL), a Organização Internacional do Trabalho (OIT), do Programa das Nações Unidas para o Desenvolvimento (PNUD) e da Conferência das Nações Unidas para o Comércio e o Desenvolvimento (UNCTAD). Tem experiência na área de macroeconomia internacional e do desenvolvimento, e em economia política internacional, além de trabalhos em história do pensamento econômico. É co-editor da Review of Keynesian Economics (ROKE).

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Who is afraid of Neoliberalism? A comment on Mirowski

Paper Commentary | | May 2016

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YSI North America Convening

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Don’t Let a Crisis Go to Waste

Video | Jul 3, 2018

Matias Vernengo explains how economic crises reveal the nakedness of neoliberal policies

Introducing the Symposium on Neoliberalism

Article | May 26, 2016

Is Neoliberalism a fixed set of ideas, or even an identifiable political movement?

This is Water (or is it Neoliberalism?)

Article | May 25, 2016

A meditation on Vercelli, Vernengo and Levitt & Seccareccia