In this edition of Canning Conversations, Michael Stott discusses trade-offs between life, livelihoods and liberty facing Latin America as its countries begin to emerge from the Covid-19 crisis.
Life, Livelihoods and Liberty
with Michael Stott
16:00-17:30 London / 12:00-13:30 Brasilia / 10:00-11:30 Ciudad de México
As the world starts on the road to recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic, consideration must be given to trade-offs between life, livelihoods and liberty across political, economic and social life, in Latin America and around the globe.
In this edition of Canning Conversations, Michael Stott, Latin America editor for the Financial Times, is joined by a panel of thought-leaders to discuss what these trade-offs could mean now, and into the future.
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Latin America editor, Financial Times
Director, Chief LatAm Economist, Oxford Economics
Monica de Bolle
Senior Fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics
Chief Economist, IDB
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