Federico Diez

Last Updated: May 31, 2019

Federico Diez

Federico J. Díez is an economist at the Structural Reforms Unit in the Research Department. Prior to joining the Fund, he was an economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Email: FDIEZ@imf.org

Personal WebPage: https://sites.google.com/site/federicojdiez

Fluent In: Spanish.

Education:

PhD in Economics, University of Wisconsin-Madison


Previous Experience:

Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Economist, 2009-2017.

Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Adjunct Lecturer, 2016-2017.


Field of Expertise:

Open Economy Macroeconomics

International Trade

Labor Economics

IMF Books and Working Papers:

Insolvency Prospects Among Small-and-Medium-Sized Enterprises in Advanced Economies : Assessment and Policy Options , Staff Discussion Notes No. 2021/002 , April 02, 2021

Rising Corporate Market Power : Emerging Policy Issues , Staff Discussion Notes No. 2021/001 , March 15, 2021

Rising Corporate Market Power : Emerging Policy Issues , Staff Discussion Notes No. 2021/001 , March 15, 2021

Global Declining Competition , Working Paper No. 19/82 , April 26, 2019

Global Market Power and its Macroeconomic Implications , Working Paper No. 18/137 , June 15, 2018

Dominant Currency Paradigm: A New Model for Small Open Economies , Working Paper No. 17/264 , November 22, 2017

IMF Occasional Papers, Pamphlets, and Special Issues Papers

"The Rise of Corporate Market Power and its Macroeconomic Effects", April 2019 World Economic Outlook, Chapter 2

iMFdirect Blog Posts

"How to Keep Corporate Power in Check", with Romain Duval, 2019.

"The Rise of Corporate Giants", with Daniel Leigh, 2018.

Publications in Journals (Refereed)

"The Asymmetric Effects of Tariffs on Intra-Firm Trade and Offshoring Decisions." Journal of International Economics, 2014.

"Core Competencies, Matching, and the Structure of Foreign Direct Investment," with Alan Spearot. Canadian Journal of Economics, 2014.

Publications in Books and Conference Volumes

"Firms in International Trade", with Alan Spearot and Jesse Mora. Forthcoming in Handbook of International Trade and Transportation, Bruce Blonigen and Wes Wilson (eds.), Edward Elgar Press, 2017.

"Productivity and Export Market Participation: Evidence from Colombia", with Camila Casas and Alejandra González. Forthcoming (in Spanish) in Ensayos sobre Crecimiento Económico en Colombia, edited by the Banco de la República (Colombian Central Bank), 2017.

Other Published Materials

"Global Market Power and its Macroeconomic Implications", with Daniel Leigh and Suchanan Tambunlertchai, VoxEU, 2018.

"The Effects of a Stronger Dollar on U.S. Prices", with Gita Gopinath. FRB Boston Current Policy Perspectives No. 15-9, 2015.

"The Great Recession, Entrepreneurship, and Productivity Performance." FRB Boston Current Policy Perspectives Series, No. 14-8, 2014.

"The Emerging Market Economies in Times of Taper-Talk and Actual Tapering." FRB Boston Current Policy Perspectives Series, No. 14-6, 2014.

"The Competitiveness of U.S. Manufacturing", with Gita Gopinath. FRB Boston Current Policy Perspectives Series, No. 14-3, 2014.

"The Onshoring Myth?", with Gita Gopinath. Project Syndicate, 2014.

"Domestic and Foreign Announcements on Unconventional Monetary Policy and Exchange Rates", with Ignacio Presno. FRB Boston Public Policy Brief Series, No. 13-7, 2013.

Federico Diez

Federico J. Díez is an economist at the Structural Reforms Unit in the Research Department. Prior to joining the Fund, he was an economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Email: FDIEZ@imf.org

Personal WebPage: https://sites.google.com/site/federicojdiez

Fluent In: Spanish.

Education:

PhD in Economics, University of Wisconsin-Madison


Previous Experience:

Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Economist, 2009-2017.

Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Adjunct Lecturer, 2016-2017.


Field of Expertise:

Open Economy Macroeconomics

International Trade

Labor Economics

IMF Books and Working Papers:

Insolvency Prospects Among Small-and-Medium-Sized Enterprises in Advanced Economies : Assessment and Policy Options , Staff Discussion Notes No. 2021/002 , April 02, 2021

Rising Corporate Market Power : Emerging Policy Issues , Staff Discussion Notes No. 2021/001 , March 15, 2021

Rising Corporate Market Power : Emerging Policy Issues , Staff Discussion Notes No. 2021/001 , March 15, 2021

Global Declining Competition , Working Paper No. 19/82 , April 26, 2019

Global Market Power and its Macroeconomic Implications , Working Paper No. 18/137 , June 15, 2018

Dominant Currency Paradigm: A New Model for Small Open Economies , Working Paper No. 17/264 , November 22, 2017

IMF Occasional Papers, Pamphlets, and Special Issues Papers

"The Rise of Corporate Market Power and its Macroeconomic Effects", April 2019 World Economic Outlook, Chapter 2

iMFdirect Blog Posts

"How to Keep Corporate Power in Check", with Romain Duval, 2019.

"The Rise of Corporate Giants", with Daniel Leigh, 2018.

Publications in Journals (Refereed)

"The Asymmetric Effects of Tariffs on Intra-Firm Trade and Offshoring Decisions." Journal of International Economics, 2014.

"Core Competencies, Matching, and the Structure of Foreign Direct Investment," with Alan Spearot. Canadian Journal of Economics, 2014.

Publications in Books and Conference Volumes

"Firms in International Trade", with Alan Spearot and Jesse Mora. Forthcoming in Handbook of International Trade and Transportation, Bruce Blonigen and Wes Wilson (eds.), Edward Elgar Press, 2017.

"Productivity and Export Market Participation: Evidence from Colombia", with Camila Casas and Alejandra González. Forthcoming (in Spanish) in Ensayos sobre Crecimiento Económico en Colombia, edited by the Banco de la República (Colombian Central Bank), 2017.

Other Published Materials

"Global Market Power and its Macroeconomic Implications", with Daniel Leigh and Suchanan Tambunlertchai, VoxEU, 2018.

"The Effects of a Stronger Dollar on U.S. Prices", with Gita Gopinath. FRB Boston Current Policy Perspectives No. 15-9, 2015.

"The Great Recession, Entrepreneurship, and Productivity Performance." FRB Boston Current Policy Perspectives Series, No. 14-8, 2014.

"The Emerging Market Economies in Times of Taper-Talk and Actual Tapering." FRB Boston Current Policy Perspectives Series, No. 14-6, 2014.

"The Competitiveness of U.S. Manufacturing", with Gita Gopinath. FRB Boston Current Policy Perspectives Series, No. 14-3, 2014.

"The Onshoring Myth?", with Gita Gopinath. Project Syndicate, 2014.

"Domestic and Foreign Announcements on Unconventional Monetary Policy and Exchange Rates", with Ignacio Presno. FRB Boston Public Policy Brief Series, No. 13-7, 2013.