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Curso de verão da CEPAL

Posted by cooperar em março 3, 2008

The Regional Commissions New York Office is pleased to send you the following press release from the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC).


The course, designed for graduate students, covers productive development, market deregulation, privatization and other areas.

(21 February, 2008) Applications for the 2008 ninth Summer School on Latin American Economies will be open until 16 May. The school, organized by the Division of Production, Productivity and Management of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), will run from 14 July to 30 September, in Santiago, Chile.

The Summer School was created through an agreement between ECLAC and Latin American and European universities interested in their economics students taking advantage of the experience and analytical capability developed by this UN Commission in the fields of economic and social issues.

During this year’s session, ECLAC will present a new generation of economists with research on subjects ranging from productive development and structural changes in the region’s economies, through the impacts on growth, employment and income distribution of opening the economy to external competition, market deregulation, privatizations, and transformations underway in Latin American economies and societies.

The fulltime three-month course is designed for graduate students, those who have taken advanced economic courses in other disciplines, or those interested in a Master’s or Doctoral degree in related fields. ECLAC provides the infrastructure and personnel for the course at no cost, and there is no scholarship programme. Those selected must finance their stay and health insurance in Chile.

Classes are in Spanish but students must understand English as well. Thirty-one university students from Argentina, Austria, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, Korea, Ecuador, France, Italy, Mexico, Spain, United States, United Kingdom, Uruguay and Venezuela attended the previous session, held in 2007.

For questions, please contact Ingrid Robledo, Tel: (56-2 210-2348), E-mail: .


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