Ricardo Hausmann: “Latin America Needs More Migrants”
It won’t just be the West that will be homogenized and be subject to Cultural Marxism — the Tribe has their sights on Latin America and Asia too. Ricardo Hausmann (born 1956) is the current Director of the Center for International Development and a Professor of the Practice of Economic Development at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. He is also a former Venezuelan Minister of Planning and former Head of the “Presidential Office of Coordination and Planning” (1992–1993). He co-introduced several regularly used concepts in economics including original sin, growth diagnostics, self-discovery, dark matter, the product space, and economic complexity.