Daniel Kapp is a Ph.D. student at the Université Paris 1, Panthéon-Sorbonne and at the Paris School of Economics. He did his undergraduate studies at the University of Maastricht. In his Ph.D., he works on disentangling the causes for adjustments in economic growth after financial crises. He has taught the macroeconomics of financial crises at the University Pacifico in Lima, Peru and has been a visiting economist at the Central Bank of Peru, where he worked on the costs of financial crises and the determinants of productivity in Latin America. He also has participated in a partnership on macroeconomic policy advice for the G-20 between several universities and the OECD.

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Financial Crises, Political Constraints, and Policy Responses

Paper Grantee paper | | Aug 2014

We analyze the political environment in the wake of financial crises and try to infer its implications on decision making and economic policies.