Latin America in the global economy: Challenges and opportunities
Richard Snape lecture
18 November 2008
Dr Vittorio Corbo gave this lecture at the Productivity Commission's Melbourne office.
Dr Corbo was Governor of the Central Bank of Chile from 2003 until 2007. His previous positions include Head of the Macroeconomic Development and Growth Division, World Bank; Professor, Concordia University, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile; and Professorial Lecturer at Georgetown University. He is currently a Senior Research Associate at the Centro de Estudios Públicos and a member of the Advisory Council of the Chief Economist of the World Bank. In recent years he has been advisor to the World Bank, the IMF and the IDB.
Dr Corbo is a recognized authority on macroeconomics, international trade and economic development. He is the author of nine books and over a hundred articles. From 1998 to 2002 he was Vice-President of the International Economic Association. He has a PhD in economics from MIT.