(PhD, University of Notre Dame, 1996)
“Latin America and China: Socioeconomic Conditions and Challenges”
Thursday, November 8, 2012
Enrique Dussel Peters is professor at the Graduate School of Economics, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM). His research interests include economic development, political economy, industrial organization and trade theory, NAFTA and CAFTA, and the evolution of industrial, trade and regional patterns in Latin America and Mexico. With projects on specific segments of commodity chains such as pineapples, electronics, yarn-textile-garments, auto parts-automobiles, and pharmaceuticals, among others, he is increasingly focused on a comparative (Mexico-China) perspective. He has been coordinator of the Center for Chinese-Mexican Studies at UNAM since 2006 and of the Academic Network of Latin America and Caribbean on China (RED ALC-CHINA) since May 2012. He holds a PhD in economics from the University of Notre Dame.