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The Latin American Economies Roundtable brings together a small group of leading economic analysts from government agencies, international financial institutions, the private sector, think-tanks and universities. Participants analyze the state of Latin American and Caribbean economies, how they are affected by the external environment, and what are the best policy options.
The group meets periodically to share information, assess and interpret developments, diagnose potential problems, and exchange ideas about appropriate policy responses by governments and others. The insights and conclusions from the Roundtable are disseminated through private meetings and our meeting reports.
The Roundtable is a joint project between the Inter-American
Dialogue and Tulane University.
Peter Hakim, President Emeritus
Nora Lustig, Non Resident Senior Fellow
Paul Shortell, Program Assistant
For more information, contact Paul Shortell at firstname.lastname@example.org or (202) 463-2933.
- Greater Challenges Ahead for Latin America as Tailwinds Abate, November 25, 2013
- US Government Shutdown and Debt Ceiling Fight Increase Global Uncertainty, October 1, 2013
- Global Outlook Dampens Prospects for Latin America, July 30, 2013
- Challenge Ahead for Latin America as Eurozone Crisis Spreads, September 4, 2012.
- Brazil Struggles in a Prosperous Latin America, July 10, 2012.
- Crisis Deepens in the Eurozone, May 14, 2012.
- Europe's Uncertain Future, February 2, 2012.
- Different Outlooks for Developing and Emerging Markets, October 5, 2011. Presentation by Jorge Mariscal.
- Latin America's Response to Global Financial Instability, August 30, 2011.
- Latin America's Rapid Recovery, March 3, 2011.
- Uneven Progress in Latin America for 2011, January 12, 2011.
- Stable Macroeconomics Drive Growth in Latin America, May 3, 2010.
- Latin America's Economic Prospects to Improve in 2010, January 20, 2010.
- Recovery on Its Way, Though Substantial Downside Risks Remain, September 24, 2009.
- Reasons for Cautious Optimism? June 16, 2009.
- Forecasting Economic Recovery in Latin America and Around the Globe, April 22, 2009. Presentation by Ernesto Talvi.
- Capital Shortage and the Need for Multilateral Financing in Latin America, December 16, 2008.
- Latin America's Vulnerability to the Global Credit Crunch, October 21, 2008. Presentation by Ernesto Talvi.
- Rising Commodity Prices and the Challenge of Inflation, June 30, 2008.
- How Does the US Economic Downturn Affect Latin America? March 24, 2008.
- The Labor Market Story Behind Latin America's Transformation, World Bank, Oct. 2012.
- GINI Back in the Bottle: An Unequal Continent Is Becoming Less So, The Economist, Oct. 13, 2012.
- The New Financial Landscape: What It Means for Emerging Market Economies, The World Bank, Sept. 2012.
- Brazil's Listless Growth Continues, Wall Street Journal, Aug. 31, 2012.
- Brazil: Appetite for Construction, Financial Times, Aug. 28, 2012.
- Club Med and the Sunbelt: Adjustment within Monetary Union, Carnegie Endowment for Peace, July 12, 2012.
- Global Economic Prospects: Managing Growth in a Volatile World, World Bank, June 2012.
- Brazil Bulls Capitulate as State Intervention Spurs Outflows, Bloomberg, May 9, 2012.
- World Economic Outlook: Growth Resuming, Dangers Remain, IMF, Apr. 2012.
- A Matter of Transparency: The Top One Percent in the Americas, by Nora Lustig, Americas Quarterly, Spring 2012.
|Peter Hakim, Project Coordinator, Inter-American Dialogue
||Nora Lustig, Project Coordinator, Tulane University|
|Caroline Atkinson, International Monetary Fund
||Nancy Birdsall, Center for Global Development|
|Barry Bosworth, Brookings Institution
||Mauricio Cárdenas, Brookings Institution|
|Augusto de la Torre, World Bank
||Robert Devlin, Communiqué International |
|Nicolas Eyzaguirre, International Monetary Fund
||Alejandro Foxley, Carnegie Endowment|
|Michael Gavin, Barclays Capital
||Martin Gruenberg, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation|
|Frederick Jaspersen, Institute of International Finance, Inc.
||Steve Kamin, Federal Reserve Board|
|Nancy Lee, U.S. Department of the Treasury
||Santiago Levy, Inter-American Development Bank|
|Luis Lopez-Calva, United Nations Development Programme
||Claudio Loser, Inter-American Dialogue|
|Jorge Mariscal, Rohatyn Group, LLC
||Gray Newman, Morgan Stanley Dean Witter|
|Brian O'Neill, Lazard Freres & Co., LLC
||Steve Phillips, International Monetary Fund|
|Jeffrey Puryear, Inter-American Dialogue
||Robert Rennhack, International Monetary Fund|
|Liliana Rojas-Suarez, Center for Global Development
||Barbara Ryan, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation|
|Michael Shifter, Inter-American Dialogue
||Klaus Veigel, American University|
|John Williamson, Peterson Institute for International Economics
Ernesto Talvi, Center for the Study of Economic and Social Affairs (CERES)
|Otaviano Canuto, World Bank
||Uri Dadush, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace|
|Luis Jacome, International Monetary Fund
||Luis Cubeddu, International Monetary Fund|
|M. Peter McPherson, Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities
||Michael Pedroni, U.S. Department of the Treasury |
|David Rosenblatt, World Bank
||Teresa Ter-Minassian, Inter-American Development Bank|
|Leonardo Martínez, U.S. Department of the Treasury
||Joyce Chang, J.P. Morgan|
|José Juan Ruiz, Inter-American Development Bank
||Luis Oganes, J.P. Morgan|
|Rodrigo Valdes, International Monetary Fund
||Frederick Jaspersen, Institute of International Finance|
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