PhD Gustavo Sadot Sosa Núñez
Gustavo Sadot Sosa-Nunez holds a PhD in Politics from the University of East Anglia.
He is member (level 1) of the Mexican National Researchers’ System (SNI). He was
post-doctoral research associate at the Faculty of Political and Social Sciences of
the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). He has worked in the public and
private sectors both in Mexico and abroad. His research interests refer to the
analysis of environmental public policies, their outcomes and convergence processes
at regional level. Through comparative assessments, he has evaluated air quality,
forestry, and climate change policies both of Mexico and with relation to North
America (USA and Canada), as well as in the European Union. He has also researched
on genetically modified maize labelling policies in the same geographical areas. He
has particular interest in international cooperation on carbon cycle science and
ocean policy in North America.
Ph.D. in Politics, University of East Anglia, 2011
MA in International Relations, University of East Anglia, 2005
BA in Foreign Trade and Customs, Universidad Iberoamericana-Puebla, 2002
Environmental policy convergence at regional level.
International cooperation on air quality, climate change, carbon cycle science and oceans policies in North America.
Genetically modified maize labelling policies in the European Union and North America.
Conceptual relationship of international cooperation, policy convergence and policy implementation.
Current research projects
Air quality policy implementation in Mexico: Analysis of international cooperation effectivity in North America.
International cooperation on North America’s ocean policies.
International cooperation on carbon cycle science in North America.
Phone number: 55-54-89-46 ext. 3180 and 3109