LACEA ELECTION RESULTS

2015 Election Results

The election process for new LACEA authorities was completed during the 2015 Annual Conference in Santa Cruz. A total of 174 ballots were returned for tabulation and the results were as follows. 

Elected Vice President: Santiago Levy. 

Elected to the Executive Committee: Laura Alfaro, Marcela Eslava, Francisco Gallego, Adriana Kugler, Eric Verhoogen and Sergio Urzúa.

New terms will start on January 1, 2016 and will last for two years in the case of the Vice President (later to become President) and four years for the six new Executive Committee members.

Starting on January 1, 2016 and until December 31, 2018 the 12 members of the Executive Committee will be: Laura Alfaro, Raquel Bernal, Irene Brambilla, Suzanne Duryea, Marcela Eslava, Claudio Ferraz, Francisco Gallego, Adriana Kugler, Claudia Martinez, Eric Verhoogen, Miguel Urquiola and Sergio Urzúa.

 

2013 Election Results

The election process for new LACEA authorities was completed during the 2013 Annual Conference in Mexico City. A total of 152 ballots were returned for tabulation and the results were as follows.

Elected Vice President: Eduardo Lora.

Elected to the Executive Committee: Claudia Martinez, Claudio Ferraz, Irene Brambilla, Miguel Urquiola, Raquel Bernal and Suzanne Dureya. 

New terms will start on January 1, 2014 and will last for two years in the case of the Vice President (later to become President) and four years for the six new Executive Committee members.

Starting on January 1, 2014 and until December 31, 2017 the 12 members of the Executive Committee will be: Alejandra Mizala, Andrés Rodríguez Clare, Claudia Martinez, Claudio Ferraz, Gerardo Esquivel, Irene Brambilla, Jose de Gregorio, Miguel Urquiola, Nora Lustig, Raquel Bernal, Rodrigo Soares and Suzanne Dureya.

 

2011 Election Results

The election process for new LACEA authorities was completed during the 2011 Annual Conference in Santiago, Chile. A total of 229 ballots were returned for tabulation and the results were as follows.

Elected Vice President: Eduardo Engel. 

 
Elected to the Executive Committee: José De Gregorio, Gerardo Esquivel, Eduardo Lora, Nora Lustig, Andrés Rodríguez Clare, Rodrigo Soares.
 
New terms will start on January 1, 2012 and will last for two years in the case of the Vice President (later to become President) and four years for the six new Executive Committee members.
 
Starting on January 1, 2012 and until December 31, 2013 the 12 members of the Executive Committee will be: José De Gregorio, Gerardo Esquivel, Raquel Fernández, Eduardo Lora, Nora Lustig, Alejandra Mizala, Carmen Pagés, Ugo Panizza, Andrea Repetto, Andrés Rodríguez Clare, Rodrigo Soares and Ernesto Stein.


2009 Election Results

The election process for new LACEA authorities was completed during the 2009 Annual Conference in Buenos Aires, Argentina. A total of 241 ballots were returned for tabulation and the results were as follows.

Elected Vice President: Roberto Rigobón.

Elected to the Executive Committee: Carmen Pagés, Raquel Fernández, Ernesto Stein, Eduardo Engel, Ugo Panizza and Andrea Repetto.

New terms will start on January 1, 2010 and will last for two years in the case of the Vice-President (later to become President) and four years for the six new Executive Committee members.

Starting on January 1, 2010 and until December 31, 2011 the 12 members of the Executive Committee will be: Alejandro Gaviria, Andrea Repetto, Carmen Pagés, Eduardo Engel, Ernesto Stein, Fernando Álvarez, Orazio Attanasio, Raquel Bernal, Raquel Fernández, Santiago Levy, Sebastian Galiani and Ugo Panizza.


2007 Election Results

The election process for new LACEA authorities was completed during the 2007 Annual Conference in Bogotá, Colombia.  A total of 230 ballots were returned for tabulation and the results were as follows.

Elected Vice President: Ricardo Hausmann.

Elected to the Executive Committee: Fernando Álvarez, Orazio Attanasio, Raquel Bernal, Sebastian Galiani, Alejandro Gaviria and Santiago Levy.

New terms will start on January 1, 2008 and will last for two years in the case of the Vice-President (later to become President) and four years for Executive Committee members.

Starting on January 1, 2008 and until December 31, 2009 the 12 members of the Executive Committee will be: Laura Alfaro, Fernando Álvarez,Orazio Attanasio, Raquel Bernal, Sebastian Galiani, Arturo Galindo, Alejandro Gaviria, Graciela Kaminsky, Santiago Levy, Roberto Rigobon, Pablo Sanguinetti and Ernesto Schargrodsky.


2005 Election Results

The election process for new LACEA authorities was completed during the 2005 Annual Conference in Paris, France.  A total of 252 ballots were returned for tabulation and the results were as follows.

Elected Vice President: Mauricio Cárdenas.

Elected to the Executive Committee: Graciela Kaminsky, Roberto Rigobon, Laura Alfaro, Arturo Galindo, Pablo Sanguinetti and Ernesto Schargrodsky

Starting on January 1, 2006 and until December 31, 2007, the 12 members of the Executive Committee will be: Laura Alfaro, François Bourguignon, Arturo Galindo, Graciela Kaminsky, Nora Lustig, José A. Ocampo, Carmen Reinhart, Roberto Rigobon, Andrés Rodríguez-Clare, Jaime Saavedra, Pablo Sanguinetti and Ernesto Schargrodsky


2003 Election Results

The election process for new LACEA authorities was completed during the 2003 Annual Conference in Puebla, Mexico.  A total of 235 ballots were returned for tabulation (ballots were sent by e-mail to LACEA members and were also handed out to new members registering at the Puebla conference in October) and the results were as follows.

Elected Vice President: Andrés Velasco.

Elected to the Executive Committee: François Bourguignon, Nora Lustig, José A. Ocampo, Carmen Reinhart, Andrés Rodríguez-Clare and Jaime Saavedra.

Starting on January 1, 2004 and until December 31, 2005, the 12 members of the Executive Committee were: Nancy Birdsall, François Bourguignon, Raquel Fernández, Francisco Ferreira, Nora Lustig, José A. Ocampo, Guillermo Perry, Carola Pessino, Carmen Reinhart, Andrés Rodríguez-Clare, Jaime Saavedra and Cristina Terra.


2001 Election Results

The election process for new LACEA authorities was completed during the 2001 Annual Conference in Montevideo. A total of 236 ballots were returned for tabulation (ballots were sent by e-mail to LACEA members and were also handed out to new members registering at the Montevideo conference in October) and the results were as follows.

Elected Vice President: Mariano Tomassi.

Elected to the Executive Committee: Nancy Birdsall, Raquel Fernández, Francisco Ferreira, Guillermo Perry, Carola Pessino andCristina Terra.

Starting on January 1, 2002 and until December 31, 2003, the 12 members of the Executive Committee were: Nancy Birdsall, Eliana Cardoso, José De Gregorio, Raquel Fernández, Francisco Ferreira, Ricardo Paes de Barros, Guillermo Perry, Carola Pessino, Federico Sturzenegger, Ernesto Talvi, Cristina Terra and Andrés Velasco.
 

1999 Election Results

During 1999, a nominating committee headed by Carlos Vegh worked exhaustively to assemble a strong field of twelve candidates to fill six open slots on the executive committee and elect a new Vice President. Under LACEA's bylaws, the Vice President becomes President after serving two years.

Ballots were sent by e-mail to LACEA members. In all, 114 ballots were returned for tabulation before the August 31st deadline. The results were as follows.

Elected Vice President: Sebastian Edwards.

Elected to the Executive Committee: Eliana Cardoso, Jose De Gregorio, Ricardo Paes de Barros, Federico Sturzenegger, Ernesto Talvi and Andres Velasco.

Starting on January 1, 2000 and until December 31, 2001 the 12 members of the Executive Committee were: Nancy Birdsall, Mauricio Cardenas, Eliana Cardoso, Jose De Gregorio, Ricardo Hausmann, Ricardo Paes de Barros, Jaime Ros, Federico Sturzenegger, Ernesto Talvi, Mariano Tommasi, Carlos Vegh and Andres Velasco.