Tatiana Didier is a Research Economist in the World Bank’s Office of the Chief Economist for Latin America and the Caribbean. She obtained a Ph.D. in Economics from MIT in 2008. She has published in the area of international economics. She is currently doing research on the international finance, with a focus on international capital flows, the role of institutional investors, financial crises, and their implications for the development of domestic financial systems.
- Asia’s financial connections with the rest of the world: changing patterns
- How long is the maturity of corporate borrowing?
- Finance and growth in China and India
- Have Capital Markets Aided Growth in China and India?
- From Net to Gross Capital Flows
- Financial Globalization in Emerging Countries: Diversification vs. Offshoring
- Perspectivas de crecimiento para América Latina: ¿hechas en China?
- Latin America’s growth prospects: Made in China?
- Unexploited Gains from International Diversification: Patterns of Portfolio Holdings around the World
- ¿Cuán resistentes realmente fueron las economías emergentes a la crisis global?
- How resilient really were emerging economies to the global crisis?