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November, 11th, 2016​

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The Economist As Plumber: Laying the Pipes, Fixing the Leaks

Esther Duflo (MIT)

Education Quality In Developing Countries

This session is sponsored by the World Bank and the Inter-American Development Bank​

LACEA - LAMES: Fiscal Policy

Effectos Of Macroprudential Policies On Bank Risk Taking

Innovation and Productivity in LAC: What have we learnt?

This session is sponsored by the innovation network (Universidad del Rosario, Inter-American 

​​Information and Politics in an Online World​

​Session Chair: Omar Licandro

​​Dollar Cycles, Exchange Rate Pass-Through, and Corporate Vulnerabilities

Session Chair: Nicolas Magud​

Economic Policy And Growth

Finn Kydland (University of California, Santa Barbara)
​​Lacea: Urban Economics

Location-allocation of public services – citizen access, transparency and measurement​​

​​Lacea: Labor

Dependence or constraints? Cash transfers and labor supply

Recorrido del Nobel por Medellín

Finn Kydland, Nobel de Economia y asistente a Lacea Lames 2016, hizo un recorrido por la ciudad de Medellín.​

Presidential Address Econometric Society: Hard Evidence in MechanismDesign and in Games
Eddie Dekel (Northwestern University)​

​​Lacea: Early Childhood​​

The opportunity cost of early childhood education: formal, informal, and maternal care​​​​​

​​Lames: Fiscal Policy

Endogenous discounting, wariness and efficient capital taxation

​​​Challenges For Central Banking: Perspectives From Latin America

This session is sponsored by international monetary fund


This session is sponsored by lames

​Lacea: Gender And Crime

​Intimate partner violence and female employment: evidence from colombia

​​Lames: Monetary Policy

Monetary policy through production networks: evidence from the stock market

Recent Developments On The Economics Of Crime

Mayor’s Office of Medellín is an ally of this session

   ​​​Interamerican Development Bank Flagship Report 

Saving for development: how Latin America and the Caribbean can save more and better