Reimagining the Debt Crisis: Latin America and Europe in Conversation

Global bloggers respond to Surviving a Debt Crisis

¿Cómo tú ta?

¿Cómo tú ta?

In Fall of 2012, I began to develop a Latin America portfolio at Bertelsmann Foundation as part of the Global Economic Dynamics project. With Europe trudging through a debt crisis, we felt that considering the Latin American experience with debt would be a perfect introduction to why Brasilia matters to Berlin, and why Madrid matters to Mexico City. Ultimately, I compiled my research into the paper Surviving a Debt Crisis: Five Lessons for Europe from Latin America.

My goal with the document was to reinvigorate a dialogue that I felt had become stale. Just read any editorial in any major newspaper and one finds the same tired arguments. In the paper I attempt to offer a different perspective, and it is my great pleasure that a group of Future Challenges bloggers have considered my work and offered their own perspectives. These are precisely the new angles that could help break the logjam in current debates.

So here is to keeping the dialogue open, honest and fresh

More from No Se Mancha on European vs. LATAM Debt
Surviving a Debt Crisis: Five Lessons for Europe from Latin America
Message In a Bottle
What Greece Can Learn from Argentina
Reform and Backlash: What Europe Can Learn from Latin America
Europe Cries for Argentina: A Judicial Ruling’s Global Reverberations

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One Response to Reimagining the Debt Crisis: Latin America and Europe in Conversation

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