Position: Local economist, South Africa office
Institution: International Monetary Fund
Expertise: Macroeconomics, Monetary Policy, Financial economics

Nasha Mavee is a PhD student at the University of Johannesburg and International Monetary Fund local economist. The has published a working paper at IMF, looking at the determinants of high frequency exchange rate volatility – in particular, local versus international macroeconomic surprises, commodity price volatility, global market risk perception and political uncertainty. This has given her exposure to the world of real macroeconomics, fiscal, monetary and financial economics in the South African IMF resident representative office. Education: 2011 – 2013: Masters in Financial Economics at University of Johannesburg Dissertation Topic: Predictability of Monetary Policy by the Financial Market in South Africa under the Inflation Targeting Framework. 2010: BCom Honours Degree in Econometrics at University of Johannesburg 2007-2009: Bachelors of Commerce (BCom): Economics and Econometrics at University of Johannesburg