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IIASA CONACYT Postdoctoral Fellow Evolution and Ecology
Risk and Resilience
Capacity Building and Academic Training
Advanced Systems Analysis
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Isela-Elizabeth Tellez-Leon holds a PhD in Economic Sciences with a specialization in Financial Risk Analysis. Dr. Tellez-Leon has published several papers and book chapters, has participated in numerous Conferences and is part of the Editorial Committees of Scientific Research Journals. She is also a member of the Mexican National System of Researchers; level I.
Dr. Tellez-Leon has worked as an Economist-Researcher at the General Directorate of Economic Research at the Central Bank of Mexico and as Deputy Director of the External Sector in the Mexican Ministry of Finance. At present, she is a Postdoctoral Researcher with the IIASA Cross-Cutting Project "Systemic Risk and Network Dynamics.".
Dr. Tellez-Leon joined the Advanced Systems Analysis (ASA), Evolution and Ecology (EEP), and Risk and Resilience (RISK) Programs in 2017. Her scientific interests lie in the fields of Financial Networks, Systemic Risk Analysis, Financial Stability, Agent-Based Modeling, Econometric Analysis, Macroeconomic and Environmental Modeling.
Dr. Tellez-Leon is working on several multidisciplinary projects. Her main project in IIASA is Network-Based Modeling and Big Data as part of the IIASA Cross-Cutting Project. Her research is innovative, as she combines the analysis of Networks with Econometric Models. This analysis is applied to the Mexican repo market. Dr. Tellez-Leon explores the structural properties of the connection with the repo market, in order to find out what their impact is on the Mexicans spreads. Namely, in all repos operations, there are other counterparts besides banks, so it is very important to know if their centrality in the interbank market also impacts on the credit conditions with other intermediaries. This research contributes to the analysis of Systemic Risk in pro of the Mexican Financial Stability. Additionally, this research has a very interesting contribution to the state of scientific art with light in the better modeling through Networks and Econometrics.
Last update: 02-JAN-2018
Raul IR & Tellez Leon E (2017). Are all types of capital flows driven by the same factors? Evidence from Mexico. Banco de Mexico
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