Federico Sturzenegger

Federico Sturzenegger Federico Sturzenegger (born 11 February 1966 in Rufino) was the Governor of the Central Bank of Argentina. Sturzenegger has a PhD in Economics from MIT and is a professor at Torcuato di Tella University. Previously he was a National Congressman for the conservative party PRO. Academically he co-introduced Dark Matter, a term referring to 'invisible' assets that explain the difference between official estimates of the current account and estimates based on the actual return net financial position. Throughout his academic career he has published close to fifty articles in refereed journals as well as eight books. Provided by Wikipedia
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