The Economic Development of East Asia and Latin America
July 10, 2014Wahington DC

The Office of the Chief Economist for Latin America and the Caribbean invites you to: The Economic Development of East Asia and Latin America in Comparative Perspective and Lessons for Development Policies

The comparison of the experiencies of East Asia and Latin America since thje mid-1970s sheds light on the relative strengths and weaknesses of East Asian and Latin America's growth models, the key risks and challenges facing the regions' policymakers, and what each region can learn from one another.

Thursady July 10, 12:30-2:00 pm

Room J1-050. 701 18th Street, NW

Washington DC 20433

  • Anthony Elson,

    Leading speaker
    International Economist, Consultant and University Lecturer in the Washington, DC area and author of "Globalization and Development: Why East Asia Serged Ahead and Latin America Fell Behind"
  • Augusto de la Torre

    Chief Economist, Latina America and the Caribbean Region, World Bank Group
  • Rodrigo Cubero

    Deputy Division Chief, Asia and Pacific Department, International Monetary Fund