Iñaki Aldasoro joined the BIS in October 2016. Previously, he worked as a consultant for the European Systemic Risk Board (2015-16). He also shortly worked for the European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund (both 2013), Bruegel (2009-10) and in economic consulting in Argentina (2006-08). Iñaki holds a PhD in economics from Goethe University Frankfurt, and also did studies at the Kiel Institute (ASP 2008-09) and the University of Buenos Aires (bachelor's and master's in economics).
Fields of interest
- Financial stability and macroprudential issues
- International economics
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BIS Working Papers No 679
Other authors: Andreas Barth
BIS Quarterly Review December 2017
Other authors: Torsten Ehlers
BIS Working Papers No 622
Other authors: Robert Unger
BIS Working Papers No 603
Other authors: Ivan Alves
BIS Working Papers No 597
- " Systemic loops and liquidity regulation" (with E Faia), Journal of Financial Stability, vol 27, 2016, pp 1-16.
- " Input-output-based measures of systemic importance" (with I Angeloni), Quantitative Finance, vol 15, no 4, 2015, pp 589-606.
- " Less aid proliferation and more donor coordination? The wide gap between words and deeds" (with P Nunnenkamp and R Thiele), Journal of International Development, vol 22, no 7, 2010, pp 920-940.