LATIN AMERICAN ECONOMIES ROUNDTABLE
The Latin American Economies Roundtable brings together a small group of leading economic analysts from government agencies, international financial institutions, the private sector, think-tanks and universities. Participants analyze the state of Latin American and Caribbean economies, how they are affected by the external environment and what the best policy options are.
The group meets periodically in closed sessions to share information, assess and interpret developments, diagnose potential problems, and exchange ideas about appropriate policy responses by governments and others. The insights and conclusions from the Roundtable are disseminated through private meetings and our meeting reports.
The Roundtable is a joint project between the Inter-American Dialogue and Tulane University.