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Ricardo J Caballero

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Nationality  Chilean
Awards  Frisch Medal (2002)

Name  Ricardo Caballero
Fields  Macroeconomics
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Born  20 October 1959 (age 56) (1959-10-20) Punta Arenas, Chile
Institution  Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Alma mater  Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Education  Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Books  Specificity and the Macroeco, Macroeconomic Volatility in Reformed, Emerging Markets Crisis ‑ A, External Vulnerability and Prev

Ricardo Jorge Caballero (born 20 October 1959) is a Chilean macroeconomist who holds the Ford International chair of economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He received his PhD from MIT in 1988, and he taught at Columbia University before returning to the MIT faculty. In 2002, he was awarded the Econometric Society's Frisch Medal.

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Recently much of Caballero's work has focused on international financial crises. He has also studied the aggregate behavior of economies with heterogeneous agents, the macroeconomic effects of irreversible investment in firm-specific assets, and Schumpeterian theories of technological progress through creative destruction.

Selected Readings

  • External Vulnerability and Preventive Policies. editor (with C. Calderon and L.F. Cespedes).
  • Macroeconomic Volatility in Reformed Latin America: Diagnosis and Policy Proposals. Washington, D.C.: Inter-American Development Bank. 2001.
  • Specificity and the Macroeconomics of Restructuring. MIT Press, Spring 2007 .
  • References

    Ricardo J. Caballero Wikipedia


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