It is hard to believe that the softspoken, immaculately dressed visiting professor at New York University's Stern School of Business is Domingo Cavallo, Argentina's former economy minister and the man who helped lead the country into disaster in December 2001.
The impersonal surroundings of his office suggest his departure from Argentina is not permanent. "This is very relaxing, compared to my years in Argentina," he says. "But I hope to go back very soon. I hope to continue working in politics and doing my normal work as I did for so many years." He remains very much in touch with events in Argentina and writes regularly on...
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