Economist Andrea Repetto will be Keynote speaker at Cesco Dinner Santiago 2020

More than a thousand attendees among decision makers, CEOs and senior managers of the mining industry will be present next March 25 at the Cesco Dinner Santiago 2020 at CasaPiedra, a meeting organized by the Center for Copper and Mining Studies, and that this year will be attended by economist Andrea Repetto as Keynote Speaker.

“We want to give attendees a fresh look around the events that have occurred in our country and possible future scenarios,” said Alejandra Wood, Executive Director of Cesco. “In that context, the vision of the leading economist Andrea Repetto, who also chairs the board of the Fundación para la Superación de la Pobreza, will be a valuable contribution to this conversation.”

Andrea Repetto is an economist and Master in Economics from the Catholic University of Chile, and PhD in Economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT. She is a full professor at the School of Government and a senior fellow at the Adolfo Ibáñez University, as well as director of the Master in Economics program. She also chairs the board of the Fundación para la Superación de la Pobreza and is a member of Espacio Público board. Her academic research focuses on the evaluation of fiscal and social policies, the functioning of the labor market and the interaction between economics and psychology.

Cesco Week 2020

The Cesco Dinner is part of various activities framed in the Cesco Week Santiago 2020, which highlights the World Copper Conference, which will take place between March 23 and 25 and is organized by CRU and supported by Cesco, and the presentation of the study “The 10 risks and opportunities of mining”, meeting organized by both Cesco and EY, on March 27.