Senior fellow, Centre for Law, Economics and Society
Andrés completed his PhD at University College London on the intellectual and political history of competition law regimes in Latin America, with special focus on Chile, Colombia and México. He co-authored and co-edited the book “Law and Policy in Latin America Transforming Courts, Institutions, and Rights” (Palgrave, 2017) and has published several chapters and academic papers on the history of competition law regimes in Latin America. He has also published on related topics, such as law and economics and private law theory.
Andrés previously taught introductory courses to law and economics and legal theory at Universidad de Los Andes, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana and Universidad Externado de Colombia. Besides his legal practice, Andrés teaches at the “Alberto Lleras Camargo” School of Government at Universidad de Los Andes and at the master’s program on economic law at Pontificia Universidad Javeriana. He also contributes regularly to blogs on competition law isuses and economic regulation.
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