Yalina Crispin
Yalina Crispin
Senior Economist

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

Our forecasts have been revised to incorporate the macroeconomic impact on the Peruvian economy of the measures to contain the COVID-19 outbreak. As a result, we estimate that GDP will contract between 5% and 8% in 2020, with a downward bias. A significant rebound will take place next year.
We expect output to grow by 3,1% in 2020, a forecast which is similar to the one we made in October, while in 2021 economic activity would grow by 3,5%. The main drivers will be the normalisation of primary activities (mining) and public spending, to which a stronger private spending will be added next year.
We estimate that in 2020 mining production will perform better, giving an important support to GDP growth. We also anticipate that mining investment will exhibit a more moderate increase due to the completion of some projects (mainly copper) already underway.