Starting this December, CERES (Center for the Study of Economic and Social Affairs) will have a new means of communication with Uruguayans: the CERES Blog. From this section, we intend to contribute to the debate of ideas and the discussion of reforms that the country...

By Stephen Milder, advanced student in Communication studies (Universidad de Montevideo) and in Economics (UdelaR). They leave Cuba for Guyana. They then pay a large sum of money to the 'coyotes' to be taken by land to Uruguay. On the way, the driver demands another payment...

By Evelyn Robález, advanced student in Economics (Universidad Católica del Uruguay). They arrived and left laughing, honoring what is said about that country's people. A Brazilian couple tells the reasons for their trip to Uruguay, flooding the room with joy. They speak in unison and complete...

By Florencia Betancor, Economist (UdelaR). There are few Colombians that I had the chance to meet during my life. Still, the ones that I had the pleasure of dealing stood out for their kindness and courtesy, an aspect that seems to be shared by those born...

By Ignacio Munyo. Column published on El País, June 09, 2020. Analyzing public policies to fully understand their potential impact and transmitting it to the people is at the heart of CERES' mission. The Center for the Study of Economic and Social Affairs is an independent and nonprofit...

By Daniel Supervielle. Column published on El Observador, February 18, 2020. Coronavirus anticipated the arrival of the future in people's lives all around the globe. The long-announced changes were evident in the behavior of society. With the fear generated by the virus's spread, people were forced to quickly...

By Ignacio Munyo. Published on January 19, 2021, on El País. What do a gynecologist, a hairdresser, a cook, and a caregiver for the elderly have in common? That the tasks they perform cannot be automated as they are inherently human. The future of work has been present...

By Stephen Milder. February 25, 2021. Uruguay's Vice President, Beatriz Argimón, the Minister of Labor and Social Security, Pablo Mieres, and the President of Codicen, Robert Silva, participated in the presentations of La revolución de los humanos, the new book written by the director of CERES Ignacio...