CENTRO DE ECONOMÍA, SOCIEDAD Y EMPRESA (ESE)

CENTRO DE ECONOMÍA, SOCIEDAD Y EMPRESA (ESE)

Montevideo, Uruguay

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The mission of Centro de Economia, Sociedad y Empresa is to generate ideas to influence entrepreneurs and policymakers and develop a consensus and commitment among these key members of society to foster the country's development and more equality of opportunity.

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URUGUAYAN ATLAS NETWORK PARTNERS RECEIVE INTERNATIONAL RECOGNITION

The 2016 University of Pennsylvania “Global Go-To Think Tank Index” is a comprehensive survey of over 7,500 scholars, journalists, donors, and policy makers which ranks more than 6,500 think tanks around the world for their effectiveness and influence. Three Atlas Network partner organizations in Uruguay received recognition by...

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MEASURING AND COMBATING VIOLENT CRIME IN URUGUAY

Violent crime is a terrifying violation of person and property, with devastating effects that ripple throughout the lives of the victims. The aftermath isn’t confined to the direct targets of criminal activity, though, or their family and friends. It also spreads throughout the local economy, making it more difficult and costly...

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ATLAS NETWORK PARTNERS SELECTED FOR LEVERAGING INDICES GRANT

To achieve tangible, real-world impact in the think tank world, measuring the outcomes and results of our work is a key ingredient of the equation. In order advance this goal, Atlas Network has proposed using reputable international rankings or indices and then objectively assessing the results of think tanks’ work as they try t...

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ESE DIRECTOR NAMED URUGUAY’S BRIGHTEST YOUNG ECONOMIST

Atlas Network is proud to announce that this past week Dr. Ignacio Munyo, director of Atlas Network partner the Center for Economy, Society, and Enterprise (ESE), was awarded the Raul Trajtenberg National Economics Award. This biannual award is presented to a Uruguayan economist under the age of 35 judged to be doing the most in...

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WORLD CUP FOOTBALL REDUCES CRIME IN URUGUAY BY 15%

There’s no question that this year’s World Cup has been marred by controversy. Whether its been about the disgruntled residents of Brazil, corruption scandals involving FIFA, or players biting one another on the field, people have found negative angles to focus on when writing about this year’s tournament. Last week, Ignacio Mun...

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