Mexico's Macroeconomic Policy Dilemma: How to deal with the "super-peso?"
José Antonio González is a Senior Research Associate at the Center for Research on Economic Development and Policy Reform (CREDPR) at SIEPR. He is also the Coordinator for the Latin American Program at CREDPR and a Lecturer in Economics. Prior to joining Stanford University, José Antonio was a Senior Country Economist at the World Bank working in Peru, Bolivia, Paraguay, and Panama. He also worked in the Mexican President's staff from 1989-1991. He received his Ph.D. from Harvard University.
His research focuses on development issues in Latin America. He has written on macroeconomic, trade, private finance and labor market policy issues.