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Visiting lecturer from the Dresden University of Technology: Dr. LUIS INOSTROZA PINO and his seminar about „ URBAN ECONOMICS IN LATINAMERICA-The Economics of Cities and Regions in Latin America“(5RE481)

The Center for Latin American studies (CLAS) within Faculty of Economics has the honor to welcome Dr. Luis Inostroza Pino from the Dresden University of Technology, who will give us a seminar about „URBAN ECONOMICS IN LATINAMERICA-The Economics of Cities and Regions in Latin America“ (5RE481)

Dr. Luis Inostroza Pino is associated researcher from the Dresden University of Technology (Technische Universitat Dresden), highly proficient Urban Development Specialist with 14 years experience acquired in a series of demanding roles within public administration, consultancy, education and researching at international level. A skilled and experienced presenter, trained in political environment, with strong educational experience at undergraduate and postgraduate level.

In this course we will study the main economic forces that lead to the existence of cities and regional agglomerations. We will explore a range of topics related to current issues in urban and regional economics in Latin America. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to understanding on urban economics in the Latin-American continent, being capable to understand current economical trends in this particular urban and regional space.

The course will take 12 days from Monday 03 to Friday 14 of December 2012.

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 14:30-17:45 in room RB435A.
Wednesdays from 11:00 -14:15 in room RB435A.

During the course you will obtain information about the recent history of Mexico and regional development and politics, both theoretical and practical way.

If you want to register for this course, please do by ISIS through extra semester courses.…...

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