Progress and Pitfalls of Structural Reforms in Mexico: Session 2 -- Mexico Moving Forward 2015

Progress and Pitfalls of Structural Reforms in Mexico: Session 2 -- Mexico Moving Forward 2015

First Aired: 1/12/2016

Length: 87 minutes


Panelists on energy, telecom and justice in Mexico.
 
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Recent, unprecedented collaboration among Mexico’s political parties led to an ambitious package of reforms affecting key sectors and issues, including energy, telecommunications, education and the justice system. In this second session of Mexico Moving Forward, panelists evaluate the state of the reforms, the challenges to their implementation and their long-term impacts on the country. Panelists include Ernesto Canales, Partner, Canales y Socios Abogados; Claudio X. Gonzalez, President and Co-Founder, Mexicanos Primero; Judith Mariscal, Professor, Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE); and Jeremy Martin, Director of Energy Program, at the Institute of the Americas. David Shirk, the director of the Justice in Mexico Project at the University of San Diego, moderates. Mexico Moving Forward is hosted by the Center for U.S-Mexican Studies at the School of Global Policy and Strategy, UC San Diego.
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