Latin America Pathways: Latin America: Are Inflation and Low Growth Inevitable?

A tribute to the thought and memory of Prof. Werner Baer

Autor/res: Petrecolla, Diego
The São Paulo School of Economics at Fundação Getulio Vargas, Crummer Graduate School of Business at Rollins College, University of Buenos Aires, Centro Mackenzie de Liberdade Econômica da Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie and AQUA Wealth Management are pleased to invite you to the 7th edition of Latin America Pathways, in honor of Professor Werner Baer. The topic of this year's event will be "Latin America: Are Inflation and Low Growth Inevitable?" and it will offer perspectives from US and Argentina.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER:  

Alexandre Tombini

PhD University of Illinois

Chief Representative of the BIS Office for the Americas, Former President, Central Bank of Brazil, 2011-2016

MODERATION:  

Dan Biller

Ph.D. University of Illinois

Economics Faculty

Crummer Graduate School of Business Rollins College
 

PERSPECTIVES FROM THE US:  

John Welch

PhD University of Illinois

Research for Emerging Markets Inc, Professor U P Mackenzie, IPEA Fellow, e REM Inc.


PERSPECTIVES FROM ARGENTINA:  

Diego Petrecolla

Ph.D University of Illinois

IIEP Researcher, Profesor Universidad de Buenos Aires

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