This seminar will be given by Rodrigo Vergara, M-RCBG research fellow and former Governor of the Central Bank of Chile (2011 and 2016).After many years of economic success, Chile is facing a social and political crisis. A vast majority of the population voted for a new Constitution. In addition, the political map has changed significantly in a context of the upcoming general elections. The way this process is conducted will largely determine whether Chile finds its path toward becoming a developed economy or turns into yet another case of frustrated development in Latin America.Please use this registration form if you wish to join us online.Please note that our speaker will be presenting in person at Harvard Kennedy School in Wexner 434AB. Anyone with a Harvard ID is invited to join us on a first-come, first-served basis.
Speakers and Presenters
Rodrigo Vergara, M-RCBG research fellow and former Governor of the Central Bank of Chile (2011 and 2016).