EMTA SPECIAL SEMINAR: ARGENTINA: AVERTING
THE COMING CRISIS
360 Madison Avenue, 17th
(on 45th St. between
Madison and 5th Aves.)
11:45 a.m. – Registration
12:00 noon – 1:30 p.m.
Lunch will be provided
Joshua Rosner,* who
has advised the Argentine business community and public sector in recent years
on how the government can best avoid crisis and secure the future, will present
a new report, Closing the Gap Between Policy and Public Opinion. His analysis is informed by new research on
the public’s perceptions of Argentina’s economy and public policies commissioned
by Graham Fisher and conducted by Argentina's leading pollster, Dr. Sergio Berensztein.**
will present findings from two studies (Argentina's Economic & Political
Environment According to Opinion Leaders; and Argentines' Public Attitudes
Toward the Economic & Political Environment). He offers a surprising set of new data points
on Argentina's comparative political and business environment, including
perception of inflation, consumer confidence and approval levels for government
management and engagement with international markets and the US business
*Joshua Rosner is
Managing Director at research consultancy Graham Fisher & Co. and advises
regulators, legislators and policy makers on financial structure and risk
issues. He was one of the first to
identify the global financial crisis and weaknesses in the structured
securities market. He is author of the 2011 report, The Argentine Model Part
II: Avoiding Crisis and Securing the Future (http://www.scribd.com/doc/89812109/Rosner-Argentina),
and has advised the Argentine business community and public sector on a path
toward to achieving sustained economic growth.
He's been to B.A. several times participating in conferences and
roundtables to discuss the economic advantages to reentering capital markets.
He is co-author of the NY Times bestseller, Reckless Endangerment.
Ph.D., is a political scientist and President of Poliarquía Consultores, in
Buenos Aires, and Professor and Director of the Masters in Public Policy at Tocuato
Di Tella University. Dr. Berensztein was
the Andrew Mellon Visiting Professor at Duke University in 2006. He has
authored 30 publications on political reform, institutional development, and
the political economy of structural reforms in Latin America. He is consulted by major national and
international media outlets and has also delivered lectures on the Argentine
political situation in more than forty universities and research centers around
the world. He serves as an advisor to
the United Nations Development Programme and the World Bank.
Attendance is US$95 for EMTA Members / US$695 for non-members / Credentialed Media Complimentary.
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