He is a past President of the Latin American Studies Association, the largest international organization of Latin American specialists, and an elected member of the Council on Foreign Relations (New York).
What does LASA stand for?
LASA stands for Latin American Studies Association
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- Asociación de Mujeres para la Dignidad y la Vida (Spanish: Women’s Association for Life with Dignity)
- Large Area Synchronized Code-Division Multiple Access
- Legal Aid Society - Employment Law Center
- Low Amplitude Signals Under 40 MicroVolts
- Large Aperture Seismic Array
- Large Aperture Solar Array
- Laser Atmospheric Sounder and Altimeter
- Law and Security Administration
- Liberal Arts and Science Academy (Austin, TX)
- Lidar Atmospheric Sounder and Altimeter
- Lincoln Adult Soccer Association
- Líneas Automáticas Sociedad Anónima (Spanish)
- Lojas Americanas SA (Portuguese: American Stores; Brazil)
- Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam
- Look Alike Sound Alike (drug naming; also seen as LA/SA)
- Lung Association-Sleep Apnea
- Lagos State Signage and Advertising Agency (Nigeria)
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of California, San Diego, and the Latin American Studies Association.
Latin American Studies Association The Latin American Studies Association (LASA) was founded in 1964 to act as a professional organization for academics of all disciplines and nonprofit organizations interested in the study of Latin America.
Event: Latin American Studies Association, 7-9 October 2004, in Las Vegas.
2) The Latin American Studies Association, for instance, has responded to this situation with an expanding program of travel grants to enable Latin American scholars to attend its congresses.
Unpublished paper presented at the Latin American Studies Association XIX International Congress, Washington, D.
Marshall - President, Consortium of Information and Telecommunications Executives --Patricia Norman, CMP - Director of Conference Services, National Medical Association --Milagros Pereyra - Executive Director, Latin American Studies Association (LASA) --John Saunders III, CAE - Executive Director of the National Forum for Black Public Administrators --Sharon Seay, CMP - Executive Director, National Funeral Directors & Morticians Association --Kim Thompson, Sr.
00 Hardcover HC130 With early versions of some of the chapters dating back to a 2001 meeting of the Latin American Studies Association, this volume sets as its goal exploring the rise of professional economists into positions of political power throughout the Americas.