Latin America and the Caribbean have recently undergone major political, economic and social transformations. Although they have shown remarkable resilience in weathering the global financial crisis, the region faces some very significant development and economic challenges. Brookings experts are examining the challenges and opportunities present within the nations in this region.
March 5, 2014, Hanif Zarrabi-Kashani
February 28, 2014, Andrés Rozental and Arturo Sarukhan
February 2014, Philip Peters
2013, Raquel Bernal, Ugo Panizza, Roberto Rigoban and Rodrigo R. Soares
Organized Crime and Political Finance in Latin America and Beyond
2013, Kevin Casas-Zamora, ed.
Mexico Confronts the Challenges of Global Competition
2013, Diana Villiers Negroponte, ed.
2012, Andrés Rozental, ed.
Obama and the Americas
2010, Abraham F. Lowenthal, Laurence Whitehead and Ted Piccone, eds.
New Steps in U.S.-Cuba Relations
2010, Carlos Pascual and Vicki Huddleston
Ten Years of Health Insurance Expansion in Colombia
2010, Amanda Glassman, Antonio Giuffrida, Maria-Luisa Escobar and Ursula Giedion, eds.
Assets and Poverty Reduction in Guayaquil, 1978-2004
2009, Caroline Moser
Measuring Quality of Life in Latin America
2009, Carol Graham and Eduardo Lora, eds.
Understanding Brazil's Changing Role in the Global Economy
2009, Lael Brainard and Leonardo Martinez-Diaz, eds.
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