- Catherine Pattillo, and Andrew Berg
- Published Date:
- September 2000
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Andrew Berg is Deputy Assistant Secretary for Latin America and East Asia at the U.S. Treasury. At the time of his research for this pamphlet, he worked in the IMF’s Research Department. He has a Ph.D. in Economics from MIT, and was lead economist and head of the Mexico Task Force at the U.S. Treasury during the Mexican peso crisis.
Catherine Pattillo, an Economist in the Developing Country Studies Division of the IMF’s Research Department, received her Ph.D. from Yale University and her B.A. from Harvard. She was an economics fellow at St. Anthony’s College, Oxford, and has also worked for the United States Agency for International Development in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda.