Launch of the Latin American Economic Outlook 2018 - Rethinking Institutions for Development
Monday 9 April 2018; 3:00 P.M CEST
Location: Lord Jenkins Room, Charlemagne Building, European Commission Brussels
The Latin American Economic Outlook 2018 focuses on the analysis of the increasing disconnect between citizens and public institutions in the Latin American and the Caribbean region, illustrated by a decline of trust, the lack of good jobs and the decreasing satisfaction with key public services such as health and education. The report argues that this growing divide is weakening the social contract in the region, and that a new state-citizens-market nexus must be built, by rethinking institutions to boost inclusive growth and to build states that deliver and respond to citizens’ demands by being more reliable, more capable, more transparent and innovative, and more forward-looking.
Since 2007, the annual report Latin American Economic Outlook has analysed issues related to economic and social development in Latin America. It is currently a joint production between the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), the development bank of Latin America ( CAF) and the Development Centre of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), in special cooperation with the European Commission for the first time this year.
The report will be launched by:
This report will be embargoed until Monday 9 April 2018 3:00 P.M CEST.
To register or requests an advance copy, available in English and Spanish, please contact Bochra.Kriout@oecd.org (Tel: + 33 145 24 82 96).
The findings of the Latin American Economic Outlook 2018 will also be discussed during the Americas Summit in Lima, Peru, on Saturday 14 April.
More information about the report can be found at: http://www.latameconomy.org. You are invited to include this link in Internet articles associated with the report. Follow the launch at # LEO2018.
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- ECLAC: email@example.com; Tel: + (56 2) 2 210 2040
- OECD Development Centre: Bochra.Kriout@oecd.org; Tel: +33 145 24 82 96