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Fiscal planning, law, and citizenship: Puerto Rico's debt restructuring (Shared screen with speaker view)
Amarilys Abreu
00:46
Hi all
Amarilys Abreu
00:55
I am the organiser
Amarilys Abreu
01:38
Can you please write on the chat your institutional affiliation and what you hope to get out of today’s webinar as way of introduction to the group
Amarilys Abreu
01:40
Thank you
Nicholas Argenziano
02:08
yes
Nicholas Argenziano
02:10
i hear you
Nicholas Argenziano
02:38
im with RobertiGlobal and here for general interest on the issue and how it is developing
Grygoriy Pustovit
02:46
Hi Amarilys! Yes, I can hear you
Unknown Speaker
00:00
00:03:43 Patricia Gomez-Gonzalez: Hello, my name is Patricia Gomez-Gonzalez, I am Assistant Professor of Economics at Fordham University. I hope to develop more institutional knowledge about the Puerto Rican debt crisis.
Pratistha Joshi Rajkarnikar
06:39
Hi, I am Pratistha Joshi. I am a Postdoc Researcher at Global Development and Environment Institute at Tufts Univeristy. I work on developing educational materials, such as textbooks as teaching modules at the institute. I am just generally interested in the topic and wanted to attend the module.
Nicholas Argenziano
07:02
can you repeat that i lost you for a moment when i plugged in my headphones
Heske van Doornen
15:47
I lost you!
Nicholas Argenziano
15:54
me too!
Lara Merling
15:59
same
Unknown Speaker
00:00
00:16:06 Patricia Gomez-Gonzalez: Yes, Amarilys, we cannot here you
Unknown Speaker
00:00
00:16:10 Daniel Santamaría Ots: can't hear you either
Unknown Speaker
00:00
00:16:12 Patricia Gomez-Gonzalez: *hear
Heske van Doornen
17:01
Youre back :-)
Heske van Doornen
17:05
Yes!
Antonio Fernos
40:53
that is not neccesarily true
Antonio Fernos
41:18
no bailout but title III under PROMESA we got some degrees of freedom
Antonio Fernos
41:43
I am
Antonio Fernos
41:49
Finance and Economics professor
Grygoriy Pustovit
53:17
I have a question
Grygoriy Pustovit
01:06:56
Thanks