2022: Aleida Azamar Alonso

Aleida Azamar AlonsoAleida Azamar Alonso

As current president of the Mesoamerican and Caribbean Society for Economics and Ecology, I have tried to strengthen the relevance of this issue at the regional level by holding events, books, chapters, articles and other activities in which members of society and other interested parties participate, including papers in conjunction with other companies in the region.
For this reason, I would be interested in promoting these actions at an international level and therefore I consider that I should participate as a member of the ISEE board.

Professional profile Aleida Azamar Alonso

She is a Doctor in International Economics and Development from the Complutense University of Madrid. She has a Master’s Degree in Latin American Studies from the Autonomous University of Madrid. She has a Specialty in Culture, Society and Development from the same institution. She is a Research Professor at the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Mexico. She is coordinator of the Master in Sustainable Societies at the same institution. She is president of the Mesoamerican and Caribbean Society for Ecological Economics. She is co-coordinator of the Latin American Critical Geographic Thinking Working Group (CLACSO). She also belongs to the Working Group for critical studies of Rural Development (CLACSO). She is a member of the National System of Researchers CONACYT, level 1.

She has published as an author and co-author several books. She has more than 100 scientific and popular articles published in Mexico and abroad. She has collaborated with the newspapers: El Universal and Crónica en México. She has obtained various awards and scholarships: Latin American Miradas Publication Award. A state of debate by CLACSO and Siglo XXI (2020). Award for area research on three occasions: 2017, 2019 and 2021 by the Metropolitan Autonomous University. Teaching Award in 2021 by the Metropolitan Autonomous University, among others.

Research lines: Political economy, ecological economy, extractivism, mining, sustainability, ecofeminism, socio-environmental movements and conflicts.

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