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Tito Cordella

TITO CORDELLA started his professional career as an academic, teaching at Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona and at the University of Bologna. He then had a long stint at Bretton Woods Institutions where, alternating operational and research activities, he gained extensive policy experience on a wide range of issues (monetary and fiscal policies, financial crises, banking, finance, growth, sovereign debt and debt restructuring, and financial products, among others). At the IMF, Cordella was a member of the Asian crisis team and then joined the research department where he focused on how to reform the international financial architecture. At the World Bank, he was the Brazil lead economist, the deputy chief economist for the LAC region, and an adviser to the World Bank’s chief economist. He is an honorary member of LACEA, a member of the LTI@UniTO Scientific Committee, and an advisory editor of the Latin American Journal of Central Banking. Cordella has published widely in banking, international finance and development, and trade. He holds a PhD in economics from the Universit√© Catholique de Louvain, Belgium (European Doctoral Program).