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The Origin of Argentina's Financial and Political Crisis: From the 2001 Default to the Rise of Javier Milei

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Tuesday, March 19 at 12:30pm to 1:45pm

CASE - Computing, Arts, Sciences & Education, 138
11200 SW 8th ST, Computing, Arts, Sciences & Education Miami, Florida 33199

Argentina: a country famous for tango, Patagonia, and futbol. In the early 1900s, Argentina was one of the world's wealthiest countries per capita. But in recent decades, the country has been mired in spiraling debt, and it's new president Javier Milei has an uphill battle to get it back on track. Join us as Harvard Kennedy School Senior Fellow Gregory Makoff discusses his new book Default: The Landmark Court Battle over Argentina's $100 Billion Debt Restructuring. 

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