Monthly Archives: January 2015

Quantitative Easing in the EU: Addressing the Symptom or the Cause?

Samuel George on the lessons from Argentina

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Will the Real Evo Morales Please Stand Up?

Samuel George on the re-inauguration of Bolivian President Evo Morales

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The Curious Case of Brazil’s Closed Economy

World Bank economists Otaviano Canuto, Cornelius Fleischhaker and Philip Schellekens on the origins and costs of Brazil’s closedness to international trade

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Goni, But Not Forgotten

Financial Advisor, Political Analyst and Jolly Globetrotter Alex Rosen on the Trials and Travails of Bolivia’s Former President Goni

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Fixing Education in Brazil: Its More Than Money

By Samuel George and Cornelius Fleischhaker, authors of Five Steps to Kickstart Brazil

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The Region in 2015 Part 3: Argentina and Venezuela – The Emperor Has No Clothes

Russ Dallen, Managing Director of Caracas Capital Markets and Editor-in-Chief of the Latin American Herald Tribune, on the state of the Venezuelan economy  *Note: This piece was originally published on the Financial Times’ beyondbrics blog

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The Region in 2015 – Part 2: Mexico – Now or Never

 Jesse Rogers continues No Se Mancha’s preview of 2015 – a crucial year for Mexico. 

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