The Call for Papers “Central America: Advances and Challenges 200 years after its Independence” is open until February 25 for the submission of new scientific articles, as well as modifications to those previously submitted.
The regional call, now in its fourth edition, is jointly organized by the General Secretariat of the Central American Integration System (SG-SICA), the Secretariat for Central American Economic Integration (SIECA) through the Center for Economic Integration Studies, and the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI) through the Regional Center for Innovation and Technology.
This initiative seeks to give relevance to academic research on topics related to the Central American integration process, in its historical, political, economic, social, environmental and institutional aspects, as well as to cover topics related to the economic situation, and thus offer concrete and timely proposals to combat the region’s challenges in the context of globalization and the challenges of sustainable human development.
All the information about the call is available at the following link.
Loyola University, strategic partner in Central America
Loyola University, through its Development Institute (the ETEA Foundation), with a long relationship with Central American institutions, repeats as academic collaborator of the call, this time together with the University of Chile, to ensure that the publications comply with the rigor and analytical robustness that characterizes the scientific method of research.