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Ariel Coremberg graduated with a PhD in Economics from University of La Plata, an MA in Economics from Torcuato Di Tella Institute, and a BA in Economics from the University of Buenos Aires. He is a researcher and professor of Theory and Measurement of Economic Growth at University of Buenos Aires. His main topics of research are: macroeconomics, economic growth, productivity, competitiveness, capital stock, ICT, human capital, natural resource, input-output analysis and national accounts. At present he is the leading researcher and coordinator of ARKLEMS+LAND project: Productivity and Competitiveness Database for Argentina in coordination with WORLDKLEMS project led by Dale Jorgenson (Harvard University), Marcel Timmer and Bart Van Ark (U. Groningen, The Conference Board). He received the Nancy Ruggles Prize Award from IARIW in 2002, and Cronista Commercial Economic Researcher Prize in 1991 and 1992 and Fulbright Visiting Scholar at Harvard in 2012. He was a member of OECD Canberra Group II: on Measurement on Non Financial Assets and cited as contributor in the System National Accounts 2008 Manual and OECD Capital Stock Manual. He is an advisor and consultant of several international institutions such as the United Nations, Interamerican Development Bank, World Bank, USDA, and several public and private institutions of Argentina and Latin America.
Papers from this author
The Argentine Productivity Slowdown
Measuring Argentina’s GDP Growth
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