Heidie Calero is an experienced economist, graduated from the University of York in England and a lawyer, graduated from the University of Puerto Rico, Faculty of Law and admitted to the PR Bar Association. Before founding HCCG in 1993, she was President, Chairperson, and Partner at Estudios Técnicos, Inc., a consulting firm in Economics. This experience enhanced her project management in diverse economic sectors as well as supervisory management and administrative skills applied to a small firm. Prior to that, she had been Senior Vice President at Drexel, Burnham, Lambert, PR and Executive Vice President in charge of the investment-banking firm of Salomon Brothers, Inc. in Puerto Rico.
A Short capsule about the history of the economy of Puerto Rico from 1948 to the 1970's
The success factors that transformed Puerto Rico from the poor house of the Caribbean to the Shining Star of the Caribbean through operation bootstrap and other iniciatives.
The Transformation of Puerto Rico - Part 2. 1973 - 1993 Growth/Recession
A short economic capsule on the factors and strategies that enabled the growth of Puerto Rico.
The Voice of Heidie Calero The Economic. Transformation of Puerto Rico - Part 3: 1993 - 2013
The Beginning of the End of Economic Growth in Puerto Rico - Short capsule about the history of the economy of Puerto Rico from 1993 to 2013. Investment, growth, public debt. Lessons learned and the ramifications of these decisions.
The Voice of Heidie Calero: The fascinating whodunit tale of the economy of Puerto Rico: part 4
In this capsule of The Voice of Heidie Calero, we continue to explore the fascinating whodunit tale of the economy of Puerto Rico: part 4. We analyze from 2013 to 2024 forecast.