Economists

Past Staff and Contributors

 

Leonardo Martinez was an economist in the Research Department from 2004 to 2011. He is currently an economist at the IMF Institute at the International Monetary Fund.

 
Paper Title Author(s)
13-08
July 2013
Sudden Stops, Time Inconsistency, and the Duration of Sovereign Debt Juan Carlos Hatchondo
Leonardo Martinez
13-01R
February 2013
International Reserves and Rollover Risk Javier Bianchi
Juan Carlos Hatchondo
Leonardo Martinez
12-01
March 2012
Fiscal Rules and the Sovereign Default Premium Juan Carlos Hatchondo
Leonardo Martinez
Francisco Roch
11-05R
September 2011
Mortgage Defaults and Prudential Regulations in a Standard Incomplete Markets Model (Revised February 2014) Juan Carlos Hatchondo
Leonardo Martinez
Juan M. Sanchez
10-08R
May 2010
Debt Dilution and Sovereign Default Risk (Revised February 2012) Juan Carlos Hatchondo
Leonardo Martinez
Cesar Sosa Padilla
10-04
March 2010
Quantitative Properties of Sovereign Default Models: Solution Methods Matter Juan Carlos Hatchondo
Leonardo Martinez
Horacio Sapriza
09-13
October 2009
On the Cyclicality of the Interest Rate in Emerging Economy Models: Solution Methods Matter Juan Carlos Hatchondo
Leonardo Martinez
Horacio Sapriza
08-2R
May 2008
Long-Duration Bonds and Sovereign Defaults (Revised July 2009) Juan Carlos Hatchondo
Leonardo Martinez
07-1R
March 2007
Heterogeneous Borrowers in Quantitative Models of Sovereign Default (Revised: Sep. 2008) Juan Carlos Hatchondo
Leonardo Martinez
Horacio Sapriza
06-11
December 2006
Computing Business Cycles in Emerging Economy Models Juan Carlos Hatchondo
Leonardo Martinez
Horacio Sapriza
06-1R
January 2006
Reputation, Career Concerns, and Job Assignments (Revised Apr. 2009) Leonardo Martinez
05-4R
July 2005
A Theory of Political Cycles (Revised: Dec. 2008) Leonardo Martinez
Essay Title Author(s)
08-02
November 2008
What Income Inequality Measures Can (and Cannot) Tell Us Leonardo Martinez
Stephen Slivinski