Mario I. Blejer
- Vice-Chairman, Banco Hipotecario, Argentina
BA (Hons), Economics and Jewish History and MA (Hons), Economics, Hebrew University; MA, Economics and PhD, Economics, University of Chicago. 1976, Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Boston University; 1977-81, Lecturer, Hebrew University of Jerusalem; 1983-84, Associate Professor of Economics and International Business, New York University; 1992-93, Senior Adviser, Europe and Central Asia Region, World Bank; 1996-99, Walter Rathenau Professor of Economics, Hebrew University of Jerusalem; 1980-2001, Senior Adviser, International Monetary Fund; 2001, Deputy Governor, then 2002, Governor, Central Bank of Argentina; 2003, Director, Centre for Central Banking Studies, Bank of England. Currently, Vice-Chairman, Banco Hipotecario and Member of the Board, IRSA Inversiones y Representaciones.