Anil Ari

Last Updated: June 10, 2020

Anil Ari

Anil Ari is an economist in the European Department of the IMF. Previously, he worked in the Macro-Financial division of the Research Department. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Cambridge. His research interests are in Macroeconomics, International Finance, Monetary Economics and Banking.

Email: AARI@imf.org

Personal WebPage: www.anil-ari.com

Fluent In: Turkish.

Education:

PhD in Economics, University of Cambridge, 2017

MPhil in Economics, University of Cambridge, 2012

BA in Economics, University of Cambridge, 2011


Awards and Honors:

Lamfalussy Research Fellowship, European Central Bank, 2016

Keynes Fund Research Grant, Cambridge University, 2016

Best Article in International Macro Award, RIEF Network, 2016

Klaus Liebscher Award, Oesterreichische Nationalbank, 2015

Junior Fellowship, Royal Economic Society, 2015

Money, Banking & Finance Best Paper Award, UniCredit & Universities, 2015


Field of Expertise:

Monetary Policy

Banking

Open Economy Macroeconomics

Macro-Financial Issues

International Finance

IMF Books and Working Papers:

Infrastructure in Central, Eastern, and Southeastern Europe : Benchmarking, Macroeconomic Impact, and Policy Issues , Departmental Paper No.20/11 , September 28, 2020

Foreign Demand and Local House Prices: Evidence from the US , Working Paper No. 20/43 , February 28, 2020

The Dynamics of Non-Performing Loans during Banking Crises: A New Database , Working Paper No. 19/272 , December 06, 2019

Designing Central Bank Digital Currencies , Working Paper No. 19/252 , November 18, 2019

Casting Light on Central Bank Digital Currencies , Staff Discussion Notes No. 18/08 , November 13, 2018

Debt Seniority and Sovereign Debt Crises , Working Paper No. 18/104 , May 09, 2018

Shadow Banking and Market Discipline on Traditional Banks , Working Paper No. 17/285 , December 22, 2017

Sovereign Risk and Bank Risk-Taking , Working Paper No. 17/280 , December 14, 2017

Other Published Materials

Global Investors, House Price Dispersion and Synchronicity, 2018, Box 3.1 in Global Financial Stability Report: House Price Synchronization: What Role for Financial Factors?

Anil Ari

Anil Ari is an economist in the European Department of the IMF. Previously, he worked in the Macro-Financial division of the Research Department. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Cambridge. His research interests are in Macroeconomics, International Finance, Monetary Economics and Banking.

Email: AARI@imf.org

Personal WebPage: www.anil-ari.com

Fluent In: Turkish.

Education:

PhD in Economics, University of Cambridge, 2017

MPhil in Economics, University of Cambridge, 2012

BA in Economics, University of Cambridge, 2011


Awards and Honors:

Lamfalussy Research Fellowship, European Central Bank, 2016

Keynes Fund Research Grant, Cambridge University, 2016

Best Article in International Macro Award, RIEF Network, 2016

Klaus Liebscher Award, Oesterreichische Nationalbank, 2015

Junior Fellowship, Royal Economic Society, 2015

Money, Banking & Finance Best Paper Award, UniCredit & Universities, 2015


Field of Expertise:

Monetary Policy

Banking

Open Economy Macroeconomics

Macro-Financial Issues

International Finance

IMF Books and Working Papers:

Infrastructure in Central, Eastern, and Southeastern Europe : Benchmarking, Macroeconomic Impact, and Policy Issues , Departmental Paper No.20/11 , September 28, 2020

Foreign Demand and Local House Prices: Evidence from the US , Working Paper No. 20/43 , February 28, 2020

The Dynamics of Non-Performing Loans during Banking Crises: A New Database , Working Paper No. 19/272 , December 06, 2019

Designing Central Bank Digital Currencies , Working Paper No. 19/252 , November 18, 2019

Casting Light on Central Bank Digital Currencies , Staff Discussion Notes No. 18/08 , November 13, 2018

Debt Seniority and Sovereign Debt Crises , Working Paper No. 18/104 , May 09, 2018

Shadow Banking and Market Discipline on Traditional Banks , Working Paper No. 17/285 , December 22, 2017

Sovereign Risk and Bank Risk-Taking , Working Paper No. 17/280 , December 14, 2017

Other Published Materials

Global Investors, House Price Dispersion and Synchronicity, 2018, Box 3.1 in Global Financial Stability Report: House Price Synchronization: What Role for Financial Factors?