Macroeconomic Issues in Latin America with Larry Krohn

by miaellis
Apr 28

Economist Larry Krohn, a Professor of Practice of International Economics at the Fletcher School, and a specialist in Latin America and global macroeconomy spoke to members of BUILD Latin America and Latin American Committee, as well as other Tufts students, about his work in Latin America and macroeconomics. He specifically spoke about his path to working as a chief economist (focusing on Latin America) at banks such as Lehman Brothers, UBS, DLJ, ING, and Standard Bank, as well as macroeconomic issues in Latin America, the political economy and business conditions in Latin America, and the economic implications of recent earthquake in Ecuador.