About the Author
International policy maker Martín Redrado is a Harvard-educated, Wall Street-seasoned economist whose determination and willingness to stand up against authority led his country out of the 2008-2009 world financial disaster. The former president of the central Bank of Argentina, Redrado is credited with recognizing government corruption and fighting for Argentina’s economic survival. He created Fundación Capital, an economic think tank in Latin America, and he is author of four books: How to Survive Globalization
, Exports for Growth
, Time of Challenges
and No Reserve
Born and reared in rural Ohio, Dan Newland has lived and worked in Argentina since 1973. He worked for 13 years at the Buenos Aires Herald, a daily renowned for its valiant human rights campaign during Argentina's bloody era of military rule. Newland's editorial comments contributed to that effort. He reached the post of managing editor before leaving the Herald to begin his current, life-long career as an independent writer, translator and editor.