Aldo Abram

Aldo Abram holds a master’s degree in economic sciences from CEMA and in economics from the University of Buenos Aires. He is the executive director of the Fundación Libertad y Progreso (Liberty and Progress Foundation) in Argentina. Abram is also director of the Center for the Study of Institutions and Markets in Argentina (CIIMA) at ESEADE University Institute, where he also serves as a professor in the master’s program on finance. He is an academic counselor for the Fundación Club de la Libertad and advises corporations, banks and brokerages on economics and finance. He has been a featured contributor to leading national newspapers in Argentina, including Clarin, La Nacion and Infobae, and has been extensively quoted on Argentine economic policy and markets in the Financial Times, the Wall Street Journal and other international news outlets.

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Iceland Should Learn From Argentina's Bad Example

Iceland Should Learn From Argentina's Bad Example

Iceland has decided to exit capital controls arising from its 2008 crisis, but its plan sounds disturbingly familiar to any Argentine economist.