Enes Sunel is an Economist at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Previously, he was an Economic Consultant at Sunel & Sunel Law Firm, an Economist at the Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey and an Economic Counselor at the Turkish Embassy in Washington D.C. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Maryland. His main fields of interest are monetary economics and international finance. His main contributions to the literature include models of heterogeneous agents in small open economies; optimal monetary policy in emerging markets; theoretical treatment of macroprudential policy tools; interaction of inflation credibility and sovereign default risk; and quantitative investigation of sovereign default risk in relation to political risk. His work is published in international journals including Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking, Review of Economic Dynamics and International Journal of Central Banking.