¿QUÉ PASARÁ EN VENEZUELA DESPUÉS DEL 20 DE MAYO?
Días previos a las elecciones del 20 de mayo, tres destacados panelistas analizarán el panorama económico y político en Venezuela—y qué esperar para el futuro del país. ¿Impondrán sanciones más fuertes el gobierno de los Estados Unidos y la Unión Europea? ¿Por cuánto tiempo podrá el gobierno venezolano sostenerse en medio de la hiperinflación y el desplome de la producción petrolera? Únete a Americas Quarterly en el lanzamiento de la más reciente edición de nuestra revista impresa, “Reconstruyendo Venezuela”, con una mirada profunda a la crisis actual, y los pasos necesarios para superarla. Los temas a debatir incluyen la crisis humanitaria, los conflictos que dividen a la oposición política, el asediado sector petrolero, y mucho más.
WHAT'S NEXT IN VENEZUELA AFTER MAY 20?
Just days before Venezuela’s May 20 election, three outstanding panelists will analyze Venezuela’s political and economic outlook—and what’s next for the country. Will the United States and the EU impose tougher sanctions? How long can the government sustain itself through hyperinflation and plummeting oil production? Join Americas Quarterly for the launch of our new issue, “Rebuilding Venezuela,” which takes an in-depth look at the current crisis, and what’s necessary to fix it. Topics will include the humanitarian crisis, the divided political opposition, the beleaguered oil sector, and more.
This event will be in Spanish, with English interpretation available.
- Asdrúbal Oliveros, Director and Partner, Ecoanalítica @aroliveros
- Luisa Palacios, Managing Director for Latin America, Medley Global Advisors
- David Smolansky, Exiled former Mayor of El Hatillo, Venezuela @dsmolansky
- Brian Winter, Editor-in-Chief of Americas Quarterly; Vice President of Policy at AS/COA (moderator) @BrazilBrian
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Director and Partner, Ecoanalítica
Asdrúbal Oliveros is the director of and partner at Ecoanalítica, a Caracas-based economic and financial consulting firm. He is a frequent guest on television and radio opinion programs, and appears often in press articles and specialist magazines. Currently, Oliveros is a columnist at the magazines DINERO and Business Venezuela, as well as a contributor at ProDaVinci and El Estímulo. He is also a member of the economic editorial board at the newspaper El Nacional and an external director at Bancrecer.
Head of Latin America macro and energy research, Medley Global Advisors
Luisa Palacios is the head of Latin America Macro and Energy Research at Medley Global Advisors. She is also a visiting professor at the Center for Energy Studies at the MBA School of the Instituto de Estudios Superiores de Administración in Caracas, Venezuela. Previously, Palacios was a Latin America macro strategist in the emerging markets research group at Barclays Capital. She was a senior economist for the Japan Bank of International Cooperation, where she focused on Latin American energy and Chinese-Latin American economic relations.
Exiled former Mayor of El Hatillo, Venezuela
David Smolansky is the former mayor of El Hatillo municipality in Caracas, Venezuela. He is currently living in exile and is a visiting scholar at Georgetown University. Smolansky was removed from office by the Maduro administration, disqualified from any public administration role, and has a warrant out for his arrest. He was forced to flee from Venezuela after 35 days in hiding, in which he faced more than 35 checkpoints until he finally reached Brazil.
Editor-in-Chief, Americas Quarterly; Vice President of Policy, Americas Society/Council of the Americas
Brian Winter is editor-in-chief of Americas Quarterly and the vice president for policy at Americas Society/Council of the Americas. A best-selling author, analyst, and speaker, he has been living and breathing Latin American politics for the past 20 years. Winter spent a decade living in Latin America as a journalist for Reuters, based in São Paulo, Buenos Aires, and Mexico City.