November 12th, 2014 · The New School · New York
The New School Observatory on Latin America (OLA)
Universidad Nacional de San Martín (UNSAM)
are pleased to present:
Reframing Industrial Strategies in Latin America
A Public lecture by:
President Néstor Kirchner Fellow 2014-2015
Juan Martín Graña
Provost, the New School
María Cristina Perceval
Ambassador, Permanent Representative of Argentina to the United Nations
Professor of Economics, Chair Department of Economics, NSSR, The New School
The adoption of import substitution (IS) strategies during the 1950s was regarded at the time as a productive approach for Latin American countries to join the “developed” world, yet was abandoned by the early 1960s. Analyses of these decisions focus on national causes (productivity, wages, external shocks, political processes), while ignoring linkages with other countries and the historical moment of accumulation of capital worldwide. Graña will present a more complete picture of IS and propose a theoretical and strategic framework for Argentina’s future development.
Juan M. Graña holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Buenos Aires. He is a researcher with the Centre for Population, Employment and Development Studies (Centro de Estudios de Población, Empleo y Desarrollo – CEPED) in Buenos Aires.
Wednesday, November 12th, 2014 · 6:00pm
The Orozco Room, The New School
66 West 12th Street, 7th Floor
New York, NY
Map of the event
The Lecture will be in English.
Free admission, limited seating.
Reservations are required.
Please RSVP by November 10th at pnklecturenov12.eventbrite.com
The PNK Fellowship has been expanded to all Latin American and Caribbean countries, and will award four fellowships for 2015-2016!
Information is open, and submissions will be received from March 1st to May 25th, 2015
Read more about the President Néstor Kirchner Fellowship Program
This program is supported by the JULIEN J. STUDLEY FOUNDATION
and UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL DE SAN MARTÍN, ARGENTINA