Adolfo Cesar Diz was an Argentine economist, former President of the Central Bank of Argentina from 2 April 1976 until 27 March 1981.
Mr. Diz holds a bachelor in Economics from the Universidad de Buenos Aires. He went to study at the University of Chicago where he earned his master in 1957 and a PhD in Economics in 1966, being a pupil of Milton Friedman. He was the precursor of the Chicago boys in Latin America where he inseminated via his relationship with other Chicago School graduates such as Ernesto Fontaine, Roque Fernandez, Carlos Rodriguez, Fernando de Santibanes and other very well known and recognised Economists under the tutelage of Arnold Harberger.
Centre for Latin American Monetary Studies
Academia Nacional de Ciencias Economicas.
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