Dilek Sevinc joined the Peterson Institute for International Economics as a research consultant in September 2023. She works with Olivier Blanchard on topics related to fiscal and monetary policy and Jean Pisani-Ferry on the interaction between macroeconomics and climate.
Prior to joining the Peterson Institute, Sevinc worked for the Debt Policy Division of the International Monetary Fund, where she contributed to projects including the Debt Service Suspension Initiative (DSSI) and the G20 Common Framework. Her past experiences also include positions at the World Bank and the Office of the Vice President at the European Parliament.
She holds a master's degree in economics from the Paris School of Economics and a public policy degree from Georgetown University, where she was awarded the European Recovery Program (ERP) Fellowship by the German Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action.
She is fluent in German and Turkish and is proficient in French.