Mauro Boianovsky's 2020 HOPE Article Receives Honorable Mention for Prestigious Prize

Mauro Boianovsky's article "The Brazilian Connection in Milton Friedman's 1967 Presidential Address and 1976 Nobel Lecture," published in the April 2020 issue of HOPE, has received honorable mention in the best article competition promoted every year by the Brazilian economic association (Anpec). That competition (the Haralambos Simeonidis Award) is open to Brazilian economists from all fields in economics. 

In the article, Mauro argues that Friedman found in the Brazilian stabilization episode of 1964–66 significant support for his argument about inflation acceleration and a shifting Phillips curve.

Mauro, a 2015–16 HOPE Center Visiting Scholar, won Anpec's best prize award in 1996, 1998, and 2011.

Congratulations, Mauro!