Gayle Allard

 

 


 

Gayle, a native of California, has spent most of her adult life working in Europe, especially in Spain. As her academic background shows, her interests range from economics to history and literature, and her research is focused on labor markets and development issues in a world that has been radically changed by the financial crisis. She is very visible in the international media, writing articles as well as being interviewed by the leading international press, radio and television on global economic issues. Outside of the university, Gayle has worked as both a writer and an economic researcher and analyst for prestigious institutions such as JP Morgan and The Economist Intelligence Unit. She travels extensively and is fluent in Spanish, with a good working knowledge of Italian and Portuguese. She resides in Madrid with her husband and five children.

More info: http://gayle.allard.profesores.ie.edu/




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Nov 21st 2016

This course will employ a non-technical approach to analyze how governments use policy to influence a country's economy. Upon completing the course you should be able to discuss national debts and deficits, examine fiscal and monetary policy and their appropriateness to the situation of an economy, and anticipate the results of fiscal and monetary policies and structural reform on a country.

Average: 7.3 (4 votes)
Nov 21st 2016

Este curso utiliza un enfoque no técnico para analizar la forma en la que los gobiernos utilizan políticas económicas para influenciar la economía de sus países. Al finalizar el curso el participante hablará con propiedad sobre temas tan importantes como la deuda y el déficit de los países, podrá examinar las políticas fiscales y monetarias así como las reformas estructurales de los países.

Average: 8 (2 votes)