Ph.D. in Politics, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
Department: International Studies and Communication
Phone: (593-2) 2946800 ext. 3655
Economía política internacional del desarrollo, Financiamiento del desarrollo y el Regionalismo latinoamericano
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He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Sheffield and a Masters in International Political Economy from the University of Birmingham in the UK. He has a degree in sociology from the UNC, Mendoza, Argentina. He has taught at universities in Argentina, England and Ecuador. His areas of research inlcude, international political economy of development, development finance and Latin American Regionalism. His areas of teaching are three: international political economy, regionalism and globalization, and methodological research.
He is the author of "Financing Regional Growth and the Inter-American Development Bank", London: Routledge (2012); Editor of "Exploring the New South American Regionalism (NSAR)" Surrey: Ashgate (2013); Editor with Cheryl Martens and Robert McChesney, The IPE of communication: Media and power in South America. He is also co-author with Echenique, LD, Ozollo, J. (2010), Neoliberal and Conservative opposition in Argentine politics. In: Lievesley, G., Ludlum, S., eds. The new Struggle for social justice in Latin America. Zed Books. The South American semi-periphery: Brazil and Argentina. In: Moore, P., Worth, O., eds. "Globalization and the" New "Semi-Peripheries. Palgrave Macmillan.