IO Podcast|Episode 6
The Costa Rican presidential elections held on February 6 had a record-breaking 25 candidates amid major government corruption scandals. Juan Diego Sánchez, PhD, a lawyer, professor, and columnist explains the political situation in Costa Rica. Furthermore, he analyzes the electoral process, corruption cases, and the April 3, 2022 runoff election between Figueres and Chaves.
- Follow Juan Diego on LinkedIn.
- Read his article, Business Risk Management Model for Small Companies in Costa Rica: An Exploratory Model.
- “Costa Rica Lures Pensioners for Post-Pandemic Recovery,” by Paz Gómez.
- “Why Central America Needs Integrated Capital Markets,” Impunity Observer.
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