Hyperinflation in Zimbabwe: Background, Impact and Policy
November 27, 2019
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About the Author
Tara Bedi is a Marie Curie (CAROLINE) Irish Research Council Post Doctoral Fellow in the Economics Department at Trinity College Dublin. Prior to this, she worked with Trócaire, an Irish NGO, leading on policy research, including Leading Edge 2020. Before moving to Ireland, Tara worked in the Poverty Reduction Group at the World Bank, where she worked and published on impact evaluations, poverty maps and poverty monitoring systems. She received a master's degree in Public Administration in International Development from the Harvard Kennedy School. She holds a PhD in Development Economics from Trinity College Dublin.Tara McIndoe-Calder is a Senior Economist in the Irish Economic Analysis Division of the Central Bank of Ireland. She carries out research in the areas of household finance, consumption, income and wealth; labour markets; and SMEs. Prior to joining the Irish Economic Analysis Division she worked in the Financial Stability Division of the Central Bank of Ireland developing loan loss forecasting models for household and SME risk management in the Irish financial sector. Tara holds an MPhil from Oxford and a PhD from Trinity College Dublin. She is a Rhodes Scholar and a Trinity Scholar. Rogelio Mercado is a Senior Economist at the Macroeconomics and Monetary Policy of the SEACEN Centre. He develops and delivers training courses on international macroeconomics and monetary policy to various central bank staffs in Asia. He is also the primary author and manager for the SEACEN Capital Flows Monitor. Prior to joining the SEACEN Centre, he held various research and teaching positions. Rogelio's area of research interests include international macroeconomics, international financial economics, and growth theory. He has a portfolio of research publications in international peer-reviewed journals and book chapters. He holds a PhD in Economics from the Trinity College Dublin.