School of Public Policy Students Present on Public Policy Issues in Latin America

February 26, 2015  | 1 min read

Five Pepperdine School of Public Policy students present their papers at the Pacific Council of Latin American Studies 2015 Conference on February 20, 2015, at California State University, Los Angeles. The students presented on various topics on a panel entitled, "Public Policy Issues in Latin America," chaired by Luisa Blanco, associate professor of public policy at Pepperdine. Student presenters and topics included:

"Chiles' Educational Reform:  A Model for Latin America?" by Vannia Zelaya (MPP candidate '15)

"Is Mexico the Emerging Leader in Latin America Post-Carbon Politics?" by Eddy Waty (MPP candidate '15)

"Solving Argentina's Fiscal Deficit--From a Macroeconomic Perspective" by Christopher Wu (MPP candidate '15)

"Vision 2030 Jamaica National Development Plan" by Rebecca Stuart (MPP candidate '15)

"Haitian Statelessness in the Dominican Republic" by Jessica Kellogg (MPP candidate '15)