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Luis Reyes holds a master’s degree in economic modeling from Paris 1 University, and a PhD in macroeconomics from Paris 13. His PhD thesis studies the shifts in objectives of economic policy in France since the decade of the seventies. He is currently developing country empirical models (France, Colombia, Vietnam). After two years of experience at the GEMMES team of the French Development Agency, he joins Kedge Business School as professor of finance and economics. His research focuses on the international financial system, financialization, demand regimes in Latin America, the transition towards a China-centered world, the exchange rate, monetary disparities in the euro zone, the energy transition, and other related subjects. His teaching (in English, French and Spanish) includes micro and macroeconomics, international finance, econometrics, time series analysis, modeling, finance for social entrepreneurship, development economics, and other related topics. Mr. Reyes has taught at Paris 1, Paris 13, Kedge Business School, CNAM, Rouen University and Paris 7.

    Recent publications
    Publication Year of publication Type of publication
    MAZIER, J., L.REYES-ORTIZ, "A simple finance-led SFC model" in Global Imbalances and Financial Capitalism. Stock-Flow-Consistent Modelling., Jacques Mazier Ed., Routledge, 2020 2020 Book chapter
    JETIN, B., L.REYES-ORTIZ, "Wage-led Demand as a Rebalancing Strategy for Economic Growth in China" Forthcoming Journal of Post-Keynesian Economics 2020 Journal article
    REYES-ORTIZ, L., "The link between the current international monetary non-system, financialization and the Washington Consensus", Research in International Business and Finance, 2017, vol. 42, pp. 429-441 2017 Journal article


    • Macroeconomics
    • Development economics
    • Macroeconomic modeling
    • Econometrics
    • Times series analysis


    • International finance


    • Stock-flow consistent modeling
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