The Maryland Center for Economics and Policy of the University of Maryland is organizing a half-day conference on the social and economic progress of Colombia. The purpose of the event is to engage academics, researchers, and students in a discussion about social and economic development in Colombia. We will have presentations from scholars working on labor, migration, childhood development, crime, violence, and rural development in Colombia. You can find more information about the speakers in the links below.
Raquel Bernal: Professor of Economics, Universidad de los Andes. PhD in Economics, New York University.
Adriana Camacho: Associate Professor of Economics, Universidad de los Andes. PhD in Economics, Brown University.
Miguel Sarzosa: Assistant Professor of Economics, Purdue University. PhD in Economics, University of Maryland.