Economics and Globalization Publications
A new study from the Latin American Program covering the Pacific Alliance.
Remarks by Dr. Peng Yuan, Ambassador Chas W. Freeman Jr., Dr. Inés Bustillo, and Joao Castro Neves, from the 2011 event of the same name.
In the early 2000s, the European Union (EU) began its own rebalance or pivot toward Asia. The European pivot often competes with the United States in focusing on economic, monetary, technological, and defense-related issues such as arms sales. But the EU and its member states harmonize with U.S. goals in boosting diplomacy, supporting multilateral security fora and regional integration initiatives, and deploying soft power. The EU and the United States should improve their dialogue on Asia to better understand their own interests and priorities, identify areas for cooperation, and manage competition.
A report on the three Brazilian Congressional Study Missions on Innovation to the United States and the United Kingdom.
Sergey Aleksashenko, Private Solutions LLC, delves into the underlying reasons for the dramatic devaluation of the Russian ruble in 2014.
A paper based on Vito Tanzi's presentation at the August 28, 2014 LAP event, "Colombia: Hacia una nueva reforma tributaria," in Bogota, Colombia.
This publication focuses on the rapidly expanding relations between Asian and Latin American countries, with chapters focusing on Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, and the region at large.
Attracting foreign-born talent and teaching entrepreneurial skills are vital to the economic vibrancy of the United States. The United States needs new programs to recruit and retain immigrant entrepreneurs, strengthen K-12 education, and stress experiential, collaborative learning at all levels of education to create jobs and lead the global economy as the world’s entrepreneurship engine.
La explosión de la inversión exterior Latinoamericana: tendencias y evolución reciente de las multilatinasNov 25, 2014
In English and Spanish. "The Latin American Foreign Investment Boom: Recent Trends and the Evolution of Multilatinas"
How has the global economy changed, and what does it mean for innovation? How should we be thinking about innovation? What conditions are necessary for innovation to thrive? How can we attract greater investment for innovation activities? What types of government policies and regulations can strengthen innovation? How can we better integrate science and technology into practical applications? What are the barriers to innovation, and how can we overcome them? This publication summarizes the main themes of the High-Level Innovation Forum for Policymakers 2013 and highlights some lessons learned. The purpose of this paper is to aid in ongoing dialogue, the next stage of which will take place in Washington, DC in November, 2014 (The publication is available both in English and Spanish).