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Beatriz Lorenzo
LSE Enterprise's representative in Latin America
Email: m.b.lorenzo@lse.ac.uk|
Tel: +56 9 75114148
Don Carlos 2948, depto.71
Las Condes, Santiago, Chile

 

LSE Enterprise in Latin America

 

VilarricaLatin America is enjoying strong growth and positive economic forecasts for the future. The Latin American Economic Outlook 2012 (OECD) recommended 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.

SantiagoLatest news:

Chile: building bridges in the international arena – an LSE public lecture
Dr Heraldo Muñoz, Chile's Minister of Foreign Affairs, will give a free LSE public lecture on Thursday 30 April 2015, from 6.30-8pm.

Visiting Colombia
LSE Enterprise team join LSE Director to meet President of Colombia

A vision of city life
Chilean Ministers joined LSE Cities academics for an international public conference, bringing together over a thousand attendees from the private and public sectors to agree the principles for building better cities.

Welcome to the EGADE students from Tech de Monterrey
The students are on a five-day study programme on global financial issues.

ITAM Students – Experiences of studying in London
Over 40 students from the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM) have undertaken a three-week programme at LSE – the International Political Economy Study Tour. We caught up with the students half way through to see how they getting on, and whether they were enjoying London (the answer is obviously yes). http://media.rawvoice.com/lse_lseenterprise/richmedia.lse.ac.uk/lseenterprise/20140724_internationalPoliticalEconomyITAM.mp4   Would you like to find out more about […]

Report: LSE’s Global Pensions Programme 2014
The group we had from so many Latin American and other countries meant we had great questions for the speakers, and a chance for substantial exchange of perspectives and challenges in the sector.

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