Dr Lucas González is professor of political science at UNSAM in Buenos Aires. He completed the MSc at the Latin American Centre in 2002-2003, when he was a Chevening Scholar at Wolfson College.
Latin American Centre
On 14 March 2016, the LAC held its third biennial conference in Latin America co-organised with CAF-Development Bank of Latin America. The topic was “Social Policy in Latin America” and the local partner was IPEA (Institute for Applied Economic Research, government of Brazil).
Presentation of the Economy and Development Report 2015
Presentation by Pablo Brassiolo
Discussant: Martín Tanaka
What comes next after the Latin American Centre ? Are you curious about the career paths of former students? Join us next Wednesday (27th) for a panel discussion with LAC alumni working in diverse sectors and at different stages of their careers.
The award is ‘to thank you for the assistance you gave to Chilean citizens persecuted by the dictatorship of General Pinochet during the 1970s’.
This programme was launched on 1 April 2016 and the event took place at the University Alberto Hurtado, Chile.
Brian McBeth was trained as an economist and holds a Master’s degree in Latin American Studies and a doctorate in Politics from the University of Oxford.
Gerard Aching is Professor of Romance Studies and Director of the Africana Studies and Research Center at Cornell University in New York.
José C. Moya is Professor of History at the Barnard College in Columbia University.
Marcela Echeverri is assistant professor of Latin American history and MacMillan Research Fellow at Yale University.