CNE Annual Economic Conference 2011 (Presentations)

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KEYNOTE PRESENTATION

Puerto Rico: Micro Institutions and Macro Performance
Peter Blair Henry
Dean, Leonard N. Stern School of Business, New York University

 

ECONOMIC PRESENTATIONS


Midiendo el progreso social en Puerto Rico
Sergio M. Marxuach
Policy Director, CNE


Perfil Económico Actual de los Hogares en Puerto Rico
Harold J. Toro
Research Director, CNE


Final Panel Discussion

CNE Economic Conference 2010 (Press Clippings)

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Wall Street Journal, Fed Officials Tell Markets They Aren’t Tightening Broadly, P. 2

Financial Times, No Quick End To Era Of Easy Money, P. 4

Market News, Fed’s Dudley: ‘Modest’ Growth To Keep Inflation ‘Well-Contained’, P. 6

Dow Jones, Fed Dudley: Economy Likely To Expand At Slower Pace,P. 8

Primera Hora, Progreso Social Lejos de Lo Real, P. 8 & 9

El Nuevo Día, Miden el progreso social isleño, P. 47

El Vocero, Más pobres los pobres

El Nuevo Día, Urge la ayuda al sector bancario, P. 34 & 35

Puerto Rico Daily Sun, NY Fed head: Local banking crisis obstacle to island recovery, P. 3

El Vocero, Abierta la Fed a propuestas de rescate bancario, P. 22

Puerto Rico Daily Sun, CNE: Economic growth alone is not a marker of quality of life, P.4

CNBC, Fed’s Dudley sees modest economic recovery, www.cnbc.com.

“A Transnational Migrant Crossroads: The Circulation of People and Money in Puerto Rico” Presentation

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A Transnational Migrant Crossroads is the first ever field study on remittance sending and receiving in Puerto Rico. As such, it is an important contribution to the worldwide literature on economic development and remittances. As its readers will note, the data and policy recommendations set forth will be of use to researchers and policymakers alike. We hope that the ideas presented will spur much-needed changes.

This paper is also the first installment for a research series we have titled Restoring Growth. The papers to be included in this collection will follow in the footsteps of The Economy of Puerto Rico: Restoring Growth, a volume published by the Center of the New Economy and Brookings Institution in 2006 that provided a diagnostic of the island’s economy and offered numerous policy solutions to jumpstart economic growth.

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“New Tools for Industrial Policy: Proposals for Puerto Rico in the 21st Century”, Business Environment Program Presentation

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“Using and Misusing Investment Incentives”
James Alm and David L Sjoquist

“From the Commonplace to the Common Ground on Developing Incentives”
Juan Lara, University of Puerto Rico, Advantage Business Consulting