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The School of Latin American Development Studies carries out teaching activities aimed primarily at postgraduate students who are advancing in their academic career. For this, it has Research Seminars, Virtual Classes and a Program of Advanced Studies in Latin American Economies.
The research seminars are a training space aimed at updating the latest content and knowledge in the disciplines that make up the development studies. They convene as speakers academics working at the frontier of knowledge and the community of researchers that the School brings together.
More information on research seminars.
Virtual classes emerge in the context of the pandemic generated by COVID-19, and the need to reach students in a non-face-to-face way. In addition, it has the power to cover a wider audience. The virtual classes cover a thematic range that includes structuralist macroeconomics, evolutionary microeconomics, and development theory.
Program for Advanced Studies on Latin American Economies
The Program for Advanced Studies on Latin American Economies is an opportunity to discuss development issues in-depth while respecting the pluralism inherent to development studies. During the Program, theoretical and empirical issues are addressed, emphasizing the experience of the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean.
The Program is aimed at young researchers from around the world. Classes are taught by the School team and ECLAC staff, and also by prominent external teachers invited each year. The Program is offered annually between January and March.