Latin America is enjoying strong growth and positive economic forecasts for the future. The Latin American Economic Outlook 2012 (OECD) recommends that the region implement new policies to enhance competitiveness and economic diversification. OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurria says that “Countries enjoying high economic growth should take advantage of the opportunity to make the structural and social reforms necessary to ensure that the growth is sustainable”.
LSE Enterprise brings the academic and practical expertise of the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) to public and private sector organisations facing such issues. Our advisory and consultancy services are complemented by our range of customised training programmes spanning international political economy, public sector administration, leadership and strategy, change management, finance, marketing and other social sciences for which LSE is renowned.
LSE Enterprise's work in Latin America is directed by our head office in London and represented by Beatriz Lorenzo, based in Santiago.
Visit the LSE Enterprise in Spain and Latin America blog for updates.
LSE Mexico Week is back from 11 March 2014 with distinguished speakers in a range of fields visiting LSE to talk about politics and policies in Mexico. See the programme and the event flyer.
Felipe Larraín gave another talk at LSE on 11 September 2013 - listen to the podcast.
The first LSE Executive Education programme for the research university Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México took place in summer 2013.
The LSE Enterprise conference 'Chile and Spain: Facing the Future' took place in Santiago de Chile on 18 April 2013.
The Chilean Minister of Finance, Felipe Larraín, spoke at LSE on Wednesday 12 September on Emerging Economies Riding the Storm: Chile and the rest of the Region.
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