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PhD in law, Full time researcher in the Institute of Economic Research at Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
She received his Ph.D. in Labor Law at Université de Montpellier I, France, in 1985. She was awarded with the Fullbright foreign scholarship guest professor by the Council for International Exchange of Scholars-Bureau of Education and Cultural Exchange, U.S. Department of State; she is also member of the National System of Researchers level II at the National Council of Science and Technology (SNI, acronym in spanish). She has also been a guest lecturer in the Research Institute “Gino Germani”, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina (1998); guest lecturer in Salisbury State University, Maryland, United States (2000-2001); guest lecturer in the Arkansas state university, United States (2001); guest lecturer in the graduate program of the Université de Poitiers, France (2011-to present); she is also columnist in the Mexican Newspaper “La Jornada” from 1993 to present.
Master in Economics, PhD student in the Institute of Economic Research at Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
He is professor of the Postgraduate of Economy program at Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), he obtained the degree of masters in economics granted by the UNAM and at the moment it carries out his doctorate studies in the Institute of Economic Research (IIEc, acronym in spanish) of the UNAM, in addition he participates in the Research project "New migratory pattern after the crisis and global competition for talent" coordinated by Dr. Ana María Aragonés in the IIEc, has about 15 participations in national and international seminars that address migratory issues; and has co-authored in over 30 articles published in book chapters and journals specialized in migratory issues both domestic and foreign.
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