Searcher
Yalina Crispin
Yalina Crispin
Senior Economist
Lima

Yalina Crispin is  economist of BBVA  Research Peru. She  makes monitoring and analysis of macroeconomic and fiscal variables. As well as the projection of these variables using econometric models and financial programming.


Previously, he served as  Specialist Revenue and Public Debt Department of Macroeconomic Policy of the Ministry of Economy and Finance. In addition, he served as Economic Analyst of the Directorate General for Economic and Social Affairs in the same ministry.


She obtained the Degree in Economics at National University of Trujillo y graduated from the Master of Economics from the Pontificia Universidad Catolica. She studied the course of University Extension Central Reserve Bank of Peru (CRBP), as well as other international courses such as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB).

Latest publications

We expect the Peruvian economy to grow 10% in 2021 and 4,8% next year, supported by a favourable external context. These forecasts are strongly conditioned to the maintenance of macroeconomic stability by the new government administration and largely reflect a rebound after the sharp output contraction in 2020.
GDP dropped 4,2% YoY in February. The main factor behind the result are the harsher isolation measures implemented during the month. The contraction was generalized amongst the sectors with the exception of construction, fishing, and telecommunication and financial services.
GDP contracted 1.0% year-on-year in January. Mining and hydrocarbons weighed down activity in January. These sectors were joined by others that have been experiencing contractions for almost a year, such as commerce and services