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Blog: Conocemos los beneficios del desarrollo infantil temprano, ¿pero cuáles son sus costos?

Tamar Manuelyan Atinc
June 29, 2015

En materia de desarrollo infantil temprano, contamos con bastante información sobre el efecto que diferentes programas han tenido en los niños pequeños. Por el contrario, sabemos mucho menos sobre su costo y, por tanto, sobre su costo-eficacia. Disponer de información relativa a los costos es crucial. La evidencia de los efectos en los niños es concluyente pero los responsables políticos necesitan conocer el costo que supondrá llegar a más niños.


Upcoming deadlines: Call for papers and Jobs

  • Job offer: Deputy Director of Economic Studies at Fondo Latinoamericano de Reservas (FLAR). Application Deadline: June 26, 2015.
  • Call for papers: Conference on Network models, stress testing, and other tools for financial stability monitoring and macro-prudential policy design and implementation, organized by Banco de México, CEMLA, the University of Zurich and the Journal of Financial Stability. Submission Deadline: 30 June 2015.
  • Call for papers: Productivity, Technology, and Innovation in the Caribbean, organized by Compete Caribbean. Submission Deadline: June 30th, 2015
  • Job offer: Gender Economics Principal Specialist, at Inter-American Development Bank. Application Deadline: July 9, 2015.

Blog: El misterio detrás del desempleo femenino

Francesca Castellani
June 24, 2015

Los hombres y las mujeres son diferentes. Esa diferencia es muy buena la mayoría de las veces, pero no es así cuando hablamos de desempleo. Una mujer puede ser capaz de hechizar a su pareja, pero cuando se trata de salir a trabajar, es ella quien se encuentra bajo un poderoso embrujo: un maleficio de desempleo, así de simple. Una investigación reciente en Colombia arrojó a la luz algunos de los problemas que rodean a las mujeres dentro y fuera del mercado laboral.


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New entries on 23 June 2015


Blog: How Latin America is getting to grips with corruption

Eduardo Leite (Chairman of the Executive Committee, Baker & McKenzie, and a Co-Chair of the World Economic Forum on Latin America 2015)
June 22, 2015

There seems to be no shortage of headlines at the moment alleging corruption and misconduct across Latin America’s leading economies. Would this be an indication that corruption has reached an all time high? Or is this an indication that the key elements of democracy, free press, independent prosecution and the rule of law are working effectively?


Blog: Cómo elevar el crecimiento a largo plazo en América Latina y el Caribe: Una cuestión compleja… o de complejidad

Fabiano Rodrigues Bastos and Ke Wang (FMI)
June 19, 2015

En América Latina y el Caribe, el crecimiento se ha debilitado considerablemente en los últimos años. Parte de esa debilidad parece haber llegado para quedarse: el personal técnico del FMI también ha revisado a la baja las proyecciones de crecimiento a mediano plazo. Desafortunadamente, la historia suena conocida y nos recuerda las dificultades que atravesó la región en el pasado para mejorar el desempeño comparativo de su crecimiento.


GDN 2015 Annual Global Development Conference: LACEA's presentations

June 18, 2015

On June 11-13, 2015, GDN’s 2015 Annual Global Development Conference took place in Casablanca, Morocco. The conference was organized around the major theme of Agriculture for Sustainable Growth: Challenges and Opportunities for a new ‘Green Revolution’ and featured some of the work supported by GDN and its Regional Network Partners, as well as research studies from all over the world.


Blog: Latin America and the Rise of the South

Tatiana Didier (Senior Economist, World Bank) 
June 17, 2015

Historically Brazil had been thought as having an enormous potential to become “o maior do mundo” – the greatest in the world. Fast forward 15 years or so, Brazil has yet to “graduate” into the big leagues of the world’s richest economies. In spite of this, Brazil and many other emerging economies (including several in Latin America) have experienced a momentous change. This so-called rise of the South vis-à-vis the North (think of the G-7 and the Western European countries) has in fact been deep and widespread.

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Find the latest research papers presented in the most recent conferences and workshops of the 2014 LACEA networks.

AL CAPONE
4th meeting - Sao Paulo School of Economics, April 24-25, 2014.
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ECONOMIA
Spring 2014, Volume 14, Number 2
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IMPACT EVALUATION NETWORK 
7th Annual Meeting - Lima, October 25th and 26th, 2013.

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LABOR NETWORK
2nd Meeting - 
Cartagena, May 22nd – 23rd, 2014
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NETWORK ON INEQUALITY AND POVERTY
2013 México and 2014 Chile
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POLITICAL ECONOMY GROUP 
14th Meeting - Bogota, May 29-30, 2014 
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TRADE, GROWTH AND INTEGRATION NETWORK (TIGN)
5th meeting - Universidad de Chile, May 24 and 25, 2014
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