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Bolivia After the 2019 Coup: Economic Policy

This paper looks at the economy of Bolivia during the de facto government that took power following a military coup in November of 2019 and that ruled for one year.
, , and / June 01, 2021

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Biden and Latin America

/ April 02, 2021

Tens of Millions in Florida Properties Linked to Ecuadorian Presidential Candidate Guillermo Lasso

/ March 31, 2021

The Employment Impact of Curtailing Fossil Fuel Use

Cutbacks in the use of oil and natural gas will inevitably lead to job loss in these industries. This study projects the amount of displacement that can reasonably be anticipated.
and / May 26, 2021

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How to Make Joe Biden’s Budget Better Part III: Financing a Green New Deal

/ March 11, 2021

How to Make Joe Biden’s Budget Better Part II: Public Investment and the Green New Deal — Do Everything!

/ February 03, 2021

Food and Housing Hardship Over the COVID-19 Recession

The unequal burden of the recession has been widely reported and the findings in this article demonstrate a need for creating a recovery that is equitable and sustained.
and / May 12, 2021

more on Coronavirus

Housing Insecurity by Race and Place During the Pandemic

Pandemic-Related Drop in College Enrollment Reveals Inequities in Access to Higher Ed

/ February 16, 2021
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Decenas de Millones en Propiedades en la Florida, EE.UU. vinculadas al Candidato Presidencial Guillermo Lasso

Una revisión de los registros corporativos e inmobiliarios en Florida muestra que las participaciones de las empresas fantasma vinculadas a Lasso han aumentado desde 2017, lo que plantea dudas sobre la legalidad de la candidatura de Lasso.
/ April 02, 2021 02 Abril 2021

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Ecuador: La democracia no debe ser descarrilada por falsas denuncias de fraude

/ February 26, 2021 26 Febrero 2021

Cómo las críticas a las elecciones de 2019 en Bolivia siguen equivocándose

/ December 14, 2020 14 Diciembre 2020

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