Past Event

Chile's Economic Model: From Pinochet to Boric

March 2, 2022
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Please join us for our next seminar, "Chile's Economic Model: From Pinochet to Boric," which will feature Ricardo Ffrench-Davis (Universidad de Chile) in conversation with respondent Barbara Stallings (Brown University). This seminar will be held Wednesday, March 2, at 7pm EST on Zoom. 

To receive the Zoom link, please RSVP to rapporteur Caitlin: [email protected]


Ricardo Ffrench-Davis is a Professor of Economics at Universidad de Chile and the recipient of the Chilean National Prize for the Social Sciences and Humanities. He received his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Chicago. Ffrench-Davis was the Director of Research and Chief Economist of the Central Bank of Chile from 1964-1970 and the Co-founder of the Center for Economic Research on Latin America (CIEPLAN). He represented Presidents Lagos and Bachelet in the Leading Group for Innovative Financing for Development, 2004-2010. Ffrench-Davis has published 22 books and over 100 articles on trade, finance, development, and Latin American economies. His books include Reforming Latin America’s Economies after Market Fundamentalism (2006); Economic Reforms in Chile: From Dictatorship to Democracy (2010), and La Pandemia Neoliberal y Hacia una Economía al Servicio de la Gente (2022).

Barbara Stallings is Senior Fellow at the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs at Brown University (US) and Distinguished Visiting Professor at the Schwarzman Scholars Program at Tsinghua University (PRC). Previously she was Director of the Economic Development Division at the UN Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (Chile). She holds PhDs in Economics (Cambridge University) and Political Science (Stanford University) and works on the political economy of development in East Asia and Latin America. She has authored or edited 17 books and dozens of articles.


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