- Feb 8
- 3 min
The opportunities a regional common currency could provide Latin America
By Sonja Rijnen- Brazil and Argentina made headlines last month after appearing to get the ball rolling on the creation of a common...
- Jun 17, 2021
- 5 min
Broader bitcoin adoption could renovate Cuba’s financial structures
By Bryan Campbell Romero- In 2016, Boaz Sobrado, a UK-based data analyst, travelled to Cuba motivated by the growth opportunities in a...
- May 8, 2021
- 4 min
Colombia’s Attempt at Fiscal Reform: The First of Many in Latin America
By Alfonso Garza- In April 2021, in the middle of a deadly pandemic, the government of Iván Duque, the current president of Colombia,...
- Feb 24, 2021
- 6 min
Argentina’s economy: the story that never repeats, but often rhymes
By Giovany Orozco Leal- Besides battling with the socioeconomic and humanitarian challenges posed by a global pandemic, 2020 will be a...
- Jan 11, 2021
- 9 min
Xi Jinping’s New Groove: Beijing’s Latin-American Objectives
By Fabio Almada- Latin Americas’ geographical closeness to the United States has conditioned many aspects of its trade, security and...
- Nov 10, 2020
- 5 min
Two decades of the U.S. Dollar: Ecuador's experience
By Sonja Rijnen- In the year 2000, Ecuador formally adopted the U.S. dollar as its official currency. This meant that all wages, prices...
- Nov 2, 2020
- 6 min
Female Hardship and Latin American Anti-poverty Programmes: Moving Forward
By Iulia Cristiana Vatau- The notion that poverty and household hardship have a female face has been at the forefront of economic...
- Oct 6, 2020
- 7 min
Regional (Dis)Organisations: Latin American Integration Process
By Fabio Almada- Since the second half of the 20th century, the international community has been characterized by a popular trend which...