Date of Defense
Susan Pozo, Economics
Keith M. Hearit, Vice Provost for Strategic Enrollment Management
International Monetary Fund, IMF, impoverished, regionalism, developing nations, developed nations
Maintaining a stable currency with economic growth and prosperity has always been an obstacle for countries in Latin America. Debt crises and high poverty rates have plagued economies in the region for decades now. A possible solution to these problems is a shared currency. This approach has positive and negative attributes, and other solutions are also discussed.
McCloskey, Jack William, "Common Currency Examined in Latin America" (2011). Honors Theses. 83.
Honors Thesis-Open Access
Growth and Development Commons, International Economics Commons, Latin American Studies Commons