Vox.LACEA is an online resource center for economists of all levels of experience, from first-year students to university professors and scholars. It is is managed by the Latin American and Caribbean Economic Association (LACEA) with support from the Global Development Network (GDN). Vox.LACEA seeks to raise the bar for economic analysis in Latin America and the Caribbean by providing access to reliable data, academic articles, interviews, debates, and teaching materials. In addition, Vox.LACEA provides a platform for the exchange of research ideas, questions, and job opportunities.

Máximo RossiEditor
Universidad de la República, Uruguay

Juan Camilo Cardenas, Co-Editor
Universidad de los Andes, Colombia

Fabian Duarte, Co-Editor
Universidad de Chile

Sergio Firpo, Co-Editor
Escola de Economia de São Paulo (EESP), Brazil

Sebastian Galiani, Co-Editor
University of Maryland

Eduardo Lora, Co-Editor

Juan PereyraCo-Editor
Université libre de Bruxelles, SBS-EM, ECARES and F.N.S.-FNRS

Carlos ScartasciniCo-Editor
Inter-American Development Bank

Sergio Urzua, Co-Editor
University of Maryland

The Blog section at Vox.LACEA seeks to post articles to disseminate knowledge about relevant topics on economic and social development in Latin America and the Caribbean. Articles must be written in formal but non-technical language and should have support on recent research. Articles should be between 600 and 800 words, and may include up to two tables or graphics. Submissions should be sent to vox@lacea.org and must have the author(s)’ name, affiliation, and contact information.

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