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Thu, 29 Apr


Online Workshop

Economía y Política Pública: Dos caras de la misma moneda

Latin American experts will talk about the importance of the link between Economy and Public Policy for the development of the region.

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Economía y Política Pública: Dos caras de la misma moneda
Economía y Política Pública: Dos caras de la misma moneda

Time & Location

29 Apr 2021, 18:00 – 20:00 GMT-5

Online Workshop


About the event

On this occasion we have the presence of important exponents of the public and private sector, in economics and public policy.

  • Alfredo Thorne is one of the Peru’s premiere economists and strategists. In a distinguished career spanning private sector analysis and government service, he has established himself as the leading authority on the country’s economic development and the interaction between politics and economics on growth. Between 2016 and 2017, he served as Peru's Minister of Economy and Finance.
  • Graciela Marquez is the current Vice President of the Governing Board of the National Institute of Statistics and Geography of Mexico (INEGI). From 2018 to 2020 she served as Secretary of Economy of the Federal Government, being the first woman to occupy that position in the history of the country. Among other things, she launched the Trade Agreement between Mexico, the United States and Canada, T-MEC, concluded the modernization of the Free Trade Agreement with the European Union, as well as the Continuity Agreement with the United Kingdom.
  • Juan Pablo Chauvin is an economist-researcher in the Research Department of the Inter-American Development Bank. He is also affiliated with the Center for International Development at Harvard University. His research agenda focuses on the economic development of cities and regions, with an emphasis on understanding the interconnections of labor and real estate markets, as well as the industrial composition of localities. In the past, he has been a consultant for the German Agency for Technical Cooperation (GiZ), the World Bank, the OECD, and the private sector; advising local and national governments in South America, Asia, the Middle East and countries in Southern Europe.


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