Pablo Heidrich

Pablo Heidrich
Carleton University · Arthur Kroeger College of Public Affairs

PhD Political Economy and Public Policy (University of Southern California)

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16
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4 Research Items
87 Citations
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Additional affiliations
July 2016 - May 2020
Carleton University
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
August 2015 - June 2016
Carleton University
Position
  • Research Associate
January 2008 - September 2014
The North-South Institute
Position
  • Senior Researcher
Education
August 1999 - August 2005
University of Southern California
Field of study
  • Political Economy and Public Policy

Publications

Publications (16)
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As part of the commodities boom that Latin America enjoyed in the first decade of the twenty-first century, Canadian investments in metal mining expanded there at an extraordinary pace, determined by a larger process of industrial consolidation and long-term Canadian government policies to support the internationalization of its industry. Their suc...
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This chapters assesses how different Latin American states extract larger or smaller rents from Canadian mining investments during the early 2000s commodity boom.
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Whether in global health, human security, or international trade governance, there are two ways of assessing the relevance of a multilateral institution. One approach is to begin with the institution itself and assess what it has done in terms of its mandate. Another, opposite approach consists of examining the subject explicitly targeted by that m...
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Two decades of technocratic reforms in the Latin America and a series of elections have brought fresh administrations to power, indicating the tenor of a new epoch. This seems to be a response to two sets of related challenges: on the one hand, rising mass mobilization and, on the other, social (but not elite) discontent with previous reform strate...
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El acuerdo de libre comercio y cooperación que están negociando el MERCOSUR y la Unión Europea (UE) es uno de los desarrollos más novedosos de la estructura del comercio internacional. Es el primer intento de establecer un área de libre comercio entre dos regionalismos económicos, dos uniones aduaneras, y un ejemplo muy interesante de probable coop...
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Countries under Financial Crises. This paper examines to what extent the financial crises' of the late 1990s and their contagion via trade linkages explains changes in trade policy in developing countries, defined as the changes in applied tariffs and the use of antidumping measures. In this way, it seeks to explain the progressive reduction in the...

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