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Events

Seventh Southeastern International/Development Economics Workshop - December 13, 2013. A conference sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta's Americas Center along with the economics department of the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies and the International Center for Public Policy, both of Georgia State University.

Workshop on International Economics - December 6–7, 2013. Economists meet in Atlanta to discuss new research in international economics related to exchange rates, trade, and capital flows. Cosponsored with the New York University.

Banking Challenges and Opportunities in an Era of Global Crisis: Prospects for South Florida and Latin America - November 20, 2013. The influence of the global economy on South Florida's real estate, trade, and banking sectors was explored in this conference cosponsored with the Florida International Banking Association.

Workshop on International Economics - November 30–December 1, 2012. Economists gathered in Atlanta to discuss new research in international economics related to monetary policy, sovereign debt, and firms in the open economy. Cosponsored with the New York University.

Bridging the Border: Reinforcing Ties between the U.S. and Mexico - April 12, 2012. The panel, moderated by Atlanta Fed President and CEO Dennis P. Lockhart, explored the long-standing relationship between the United States and Mexico, two countries bound by history, geography, and trade.

Transforming Opportunities into Realities: Achieving Latin America's Growth Potential - October 19th, 2011. The Latin America Outlook Round Table Discussion brings together social scientists and policymakers from around the Southeast and Latin America to share and discuss new research on the economic outlook for Latin America.

Americas Center Consumer Banking Conference: Strengthening the Financial Safety Net in Emerging Markets - May 4, 2011. Financial downturns, natural disasters, and economic disinvestment can all bring financial difficulties to a community, especially to community members who are unbanked or underbanked. Building financial capacity and access to banking helps communities become more stable and resilient.

System Committee on International Economic Analysis - April 28–29, 2011. The purpose of the System Committee meetings is to foster research in the areas of open economy macroeconomics, international trade and international finance.

Fourth Southeastern International Development Economics Workshop - December 3, 2010. A conference cosponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta's Americas Center and the Stetson School of Business and Economics at Mercer University.

Inaugural Hispanic Economic Issues Conference - November 19, 2010. A conference cosponsored by The Americas Center at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta and the American Society of Hispanic Economists (ASHE).

Research Conference on Remittances and Immigration - November 5–6, 2010. A conference sponsored by the Atlanta Fed's Americas Center.

Third Southeastern International/Development Economics Workshop - December 4, 2009. A conference cosponsored by the Atlanta Fed's Americas Center and the Stetson School of Business and Economics at Mercer University

Quantitative Approaches to Monetary Policy in Open Economies - May 15-16, 2009. A conference sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta's Center for Quantitative Economic Research and the Americas Center®.

Promoting Financial Stability in the Americas Through Access to Banking—Save the Date—March 18, 2009, Florida International University School of Business, Miami, Florida.

The Second Georgia International/Development Economics Workshop—December 5, 2008, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.

New Horizons: Wealth Management and the Changing Global Landscape, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. October 23, 2008.

Remittances and the Macroeconomy—February 21-22, 2008, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.

New Financing Trends in Latin America: A Bumpy Road towards Stability, May 24–25, 2007, Mexico City. A conference co-hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta's Americas Center and the Bank for International Settlements.

Consumer Banking in Latin America: Opportunities and Challenges—March 23, 2007. Cohosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta's Americas Center and Florida International University's Summit of the Americas Center (SOAC). This conference focuses on postelection Latin America and considers some prominent issues related to developments in consumer banking.

Conference on the Political Economy of International Finance (PEIF) — February 9, 2007 off-site image. A conference sponsored by the Claus M. Halle Institute for Global Learning, the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta's Americas Center, the UCLA International Institute, and the Department of Political Science at Emory University.

Conference: Latin America Looks East — Regional Issues, Trends, and Progress in the Global Economy — November 16, 2006. A program focused on discussions of Latin America and Developing Asia and these two regions' growing relationship, which is largely driven by trade and investment linkages.

Conference: Lessons from Pension Reform in the Americas — March 2–3, 2006. A conference sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta’s Americas Center, Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM), and the Pension Research Council of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

Conference: Toward Better Banking in Latin America — September 30, 2005. Joint conference of the Inter-American Development Bank and the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta Americas Center.

Strategies for Implementing Monetary Policy in the Americas: The Role of Inflation Targeting. The Atlanta Fed hosted a conference convening economists and researchers to discuss implementing inflation targeting and monetary policy in the Americas.

Rethinking Structural Reform in Latin America — October 23–24, 2003. A joint conference sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta and the Inter-American Development Bank.

Domestic Finance and Global Capital in Latin America — November 1–2, 2001. A conference presented by the Latin America Research Group
Research Department, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.

1999 Fiscal Conference: Sustainable Public Sector Finance in Latin America — November 1–2, 1999. (Full text of conference proceedings now available).