Trade-related disruptions at US-Mexico border
Economics & Country Risk Trade-related disruptions at US-Mexico border 03 April 2019 Carlos Cardenas Mexico's National Migration Institute (Instituto...
Carlos Cardenas manages the IHS Markit Country Risk team that is responsible for the generation of commercially relevant political and violent risks forecasts for a variety of sectors in Latin America, including energy, mining and re-insurance.
Mr. Cardenas manages Latin American experts and contributors covering risks such as expropriation, non-payment, contract frustration, civil unrest, business disruption and security. He has delivered consulting projects for clients interested in understanding the role of stakeholders and project level risks in Latin America. His areas of expertise include petroleum policy and economics, public governance in natural resource rich countries, international relations and political economy. He holds a Bachelor of Arts magna cum laude in international studies from Universidad Central de Venezuela, Master of Arts with distinction in international political economy from University of Birmingham, United Kingdom, and an LLM with distinction in petroleum law and policy from University of Dundee, United Kingdom