Roger Thayer Stone Center For Latin American Studies

Tulane University

Social Policy in Latin America since the Left Turn: A Roundtable Discussion

April 1st, 2014
11:00am

Location
Stibbs Conference Room, Lavin Bernick Center

Please join us for a Social Policy Roundtable, on April 1st, 2014 at 11:00am in the Stibbs Conference Room, featuring:

Mary Clark
Associate professor of Political Science, Tulane University
Nora Lustig
Samuel Z. Stone Professor of Latin American Economics, Tulane University
Robert Kaufman
Professor of Political Science, Rutgers University
Kenneth Roberts
Senior Associate Dean of the Cllege of Arts and Sciences, Cornell University
Eduardo Silva
Friezo Family Foundation Chair in Political Science, Tulane University

moderated by

Ludovico Feoli
Director of the Center for Inter-American Policy and Research (CIPR), Tulane University

Please RSVP to cipr@tulane.edu
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