The Investment Implications of COVID-Induced Debt Overhang
Explore our framework that identifies the discrepancies in the ability of emerging and frontier markets to weather the risks of COVID-induced debt overhang.
Francisco Campos-Ortiz, PhD, is a Vice President and Economist responsible for Latin America in the Global Macroeconomic Research team at PGIM Fixed Income. Mr. Campos-Ortiz joined the Firm in 2014 from the Banco de México. As a member of Banco de México’s Research Department, Mr. Campos-Ortiz conducted research on topics such as the inflation-targeting framework and commodities, and contributed to institutional publications, including the bank’s Quarterly Inflation Report. His articles have appeared in Banco de México’s working paper series as well as in peer-reviewed academic journals. He received a BA in Economics from the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM), a master’s degree in public affairs from the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin, and a MA and PhD in Economics from Brown University.
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