Yan Carrière-Swallow is a senior economist in the IMF’s Asia and Pacific Department, where he contributes analysis on regional issues and is the desk economist for Indonesia. His research interests span topics in international macroeconomics and digitalization, with a focus on emerging markets and their policies. Prior to joining the IMF in 2012, he was an economist at the Central Bank of Chile in Santiago.
- How Soaring Shipping Costs Raise Prices Around the World
- Needed—A Global Approach to Data in the Digital Age
- The Economics of Data
- How Flexible Exchange Rates Helped Latin America Adjust to Commodity Price Shocks
- Learning to Adjust: The Effects of Currency Depreciations on Inflation in Latin America
- To Hike or Not to Hike? Monetary Policy in Latin America During Fed Liftoff