22 Dec 2022
Extortion in Central America, Latinoamérica y el Caribe, LAM-Obs
Analyst, Global Initiative against Transnational Organized Crime
Luis has been supporting the GI-TOC Latin America team for several years. In addition to working as an analyst in the Coalitions for Resilience in Central America project, where he has collaborated with research open source on extortion in the region and the development of multimedia content he was also worked on research on criminal governance, extortion and its relationship with issues such as: gender role, drug trafficking, arms trafficking, methodologies to measure extortion in Central America, among others.
He is a Mexican sociologist and has participated in government public policy evaluations municipal and state, in research on citizen participation, quality of life and governance.
Head of FES Columbia and coordinator of FES regional security work in Latin America
Assistant Professor, University of Illinois Chicago
Executive Director, Analítica Regional
Researcher, Center for Studies on Transnational Organized Crime (CeCOT), IRI, UNLP.
Researcher, The Strategic Hub for Organised Crime (SHOC) Research Network of the Royal United Services Institute
Professor, Director, Centre for Criminology, University of Hong Kong
Executive Director, Woman At The Well Transition Center
Peace and Development Specialist, UN Resident Coordinator's Office in Myanmar
President, Frente Gremialista por la Transparencia and Coordinator of Thematic Groups, UNTOC Regional Network
Security and Globalization Chair, University of Chile, Institute of International Studies
Fellow for Latin America Studies, David Rockefeller Studies Program,Council on Foreign Relations
Professor of Economics, EAFIT University