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Recipient of the Legion of Honor reward for her fight towards democracy and human rights. Speaker Denise Dresser often advocates against political corruption and monopolistic practices in Mexico. Organizations book Denise Dresser to learn about the good, the bad, and the pending of the fourth transformation, as well as the political and economical impact of Coronavirus.
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Economics Speaker Denise Dresser teaches political science at ITAM. Before starting her career, she studied in Mexico to obtain her BA and later gained her Political Science Ph.D. at Princeton University. Denise has been lecturing at universities such as Georgetown University, the University of California, and Berkley.
Furthermore, the OAS, the Fulbright Commission, the Rockefeller Foundation, and Princeton University have awarded her research grants. She has also been a member of a few human rights movements. In 2015, the French government gave speaker Denise Dresser the Legion of Honor. Such a reward was given to Denise as a result of her fight for democracy and human rights.
At present, she writes for the Reforma newspaper and the Proceso magazine. Furthermore, Denise often takes part in televised debates hosted by Carmen Aristegui and Leo Zuckermann.
In 2010, she obtained the National Journalism Award. The following year, Denise took part in the documentary film De panzazo, where she talks about education in Mexico. She has often spoken against monopolistic practices in Mexico. One of such practices is the Televisa Law, which enables the television duopoly of TV Azteca and Televisa.
Moreover, she has spoken against Carlos Slim, one of the richest people in the world who owns most of the Mexican telephone network. Denise wrote several books, most of which cover issues affecting Mexico, including political corruption and how to make democracy stronger.
In this speech, Denise Dresser will discuss the political and economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic. She will examine the ways in which the crisis has exposed and exacerbated underlying political and economic inequalities, and will discuss the challenges and opportunities that it has presented for governments and businesses around the world. Dresser will analyze the response of different countries to the pandemic, and will assess the effectiveness of various measures that have been taken to contain the spread of the virus and mitigate its economic impacts. She will also discuss the long-term implications of the crisis for global politics and economics, and will offer insights on how to address the challenges and seize the opportunities that it has created.
In this speech, Denise Dresser will discuss the so-called "Fourth Transformation" underway in Mexico under President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO). She will examine the good, bad, and pending aspects of AMLO's policies and their impact on Mexican politics and society. Dresser will analyze the ways in which AMLO's administration has sought to address issues such as corruption, inequality, and insecurity, and will assess the effectiveness of these efforts. She will also discuss the challenges and obstacles that AMLO has faced, and the potential consequences of his actions for Mexico's future. Drawing on her expertise in Mexican politics and economics, Dresser will offer a nuanced and thought-provoking analysis of the Fourth Transformation and its implications for Mexico and the world.
In this speech, Denise Dresser will provide an economic and political outlook for Mexico. She will discuss the challenges and opportunities facing the country, and will offer insights on the likely trajectory of its economy and political system in the coming years. Dresser will analyze the key drivers of Mexico's economic growth and the challenges it faces, such as its dependence on exports, high levels of inequality, and slow pace of structural reform. She will also discuss the political landscape in Mexico, including the rise of AMLO and his administration's policies and their impact on the country. Drawing on her expertise in Mexican politics and economics, Dresser will offer a nuanced and informed perspective on the future of Mexico.
In this speech, Denise Dresser will discuss the current state and future prospects of bilateral relations between Mexico and the United States. She will analyze the key issues that have shaped the relationship between the two countries, such as trade, migration, and security, and will assess the impact of these issues on bilateral relations. Dresser will also discuss the role of the current administrations in Mexico and the United States in shaping the relationship, and will offer insights on the likely trajectory of the relationship in the coming years. Drawing on her expertise in Mexican politics and economics, Dresser will provide a nuanced and informed perspective on the current state and future prospects of Mexico-US relations.
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