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Gerardo Traslosheros

Professor of International Political Economy at Tecnológico de Monterrey, Tecnológico de Monterrey

-Professor of International Politica Economy at Tecnológico de Monterrey
Ph. D. in Economics with a solid academic record.
-Ambassador of Mexico to New Zealand (May 2016 – November
2018) and Consul General of Mexico in Sao Paulo (January 2011 to
May 2016)
-Professor/Researcher, Director of the Centre for Asia-Pacific and
Latin-American Business Studies, at Monterrey Technological
Institute, México City (2009 - 2010)
-Coordinator of the OECD/Mexican Ministry of the Economy
project for the Strengthening of the Regulatory Framework for
Competitiveness (September 2007 to January 2009)
-Minister-Counsellor for the Ministry of the Economy at the Mexican
Permanent Representation to the OECD (September 2005 to August
2007)
-Coordinator of the negotiations of the Mexico-Japan Economic
Partnership FTA Agreement (2003-2005)
-Chairman of the APEC Senior Officials Meetings (SOM) for APEC
(2002)
-Coordinator of the negotiations of the Mexico-Israel Free Trade
Agreement (1999-2000)
-Director General at SECOFI/Mexican Ministry for the Economy for
Trade Negotiations with Asia and Multilateral Trade Affairs (1995 -
2005)
-Chief negotiator for Rules of Origin and Customs Procedures in the
Free Trade Agreements between Mexico and Costa Rica, Mexico
and Bolivia and Mexico, Colombia and Venezuela (1993 to 1995)
-Mexican Coordinator for the negotiations of the Uniform
Regulations for the Market Access, Rules of Origin and Customs
Procedures chapters of the NAFTA (1993)
-Member of the Mexican NAFTA Negotiating Team for the Market
Access Chapters (1991-1992)
-Ph. D. in Economics at Rutgers University, Master’s in Economics
at the Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Bachelor’s Degree in
Mathematics at Winthrop College and undergraduate studies in
Economics at ITAM in Mexico

Experience

  • –present
    Professor of International Political Economy at Tecnológico de Monterrey , Tecnológico de Monterrey

Education

  • 1991 
    Rutgers University , PhD International Economics