Eduardo Engel is Professor of Economics at Yale University, associate researcher at the University of Chile and research associate at the NBER. At Yale he teaches graduate macroeconomics and an undergraduate course on Economic Policies in Latin America. Yale's graduate students in economics voted him Teacher of the Year in 2001, 2003 and 2009. He has published extensively in the areas of macroeconomics, public finance and regulation. He was awarded the Econometric Society's 2002 Frisch Medal (jointly with Ricardo Caballero). He recently finished a book on public-private partnerships, co-authored with Ronald Fischer and Alexander Galetovic. He served as associate editor (1999-2005) and co-editor (2006-2008) for Economia, and currently serves as associate editor for the Journal of the European Economic Association, the Review of Economics and Statistics, the Brazilian Review of Econometrics, the Revista de Analisis Económico and Economía Chilena. He also currently serves on LACEA's Executive Committee. He writes a regular column for the Chilean newspaper La Tercera. Engel holds a Ph.D. in Economics from MIT, a Ph.D. in Statistics from Stanford University, and an engineering degree from the University of Chile.