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Expert NameDr. Roberto Serafin Diego Quintana
TitleProfessor and Researcher "C"
DivisionSocial and Humanities Sciences Division
InstitutionUniversidad Autonoma Metropolitana Plantel Xochimilco
Telephone52 5 724 50 66
Work Experience- Titled Porfessor and Researcher (full time) level "C" in the area of Rural Development at the Autonomous Metropolitan University, Xochimilco Unit, Mexico. - Instrumentation strategics of rural development programs and projects: a) the case of Solidarity Regional Funds; b) the case of Solidarity Regional Funds in Puebla; c) the market of lands in Mexico. - Participant in Research Program with: World Bank, Bank of Mexico, Indigenist National Institute (INI), CESPA-ONU, and Agriculture and Hydraulic Resources Secretariat SARH-Mexico.
QualificationsB. Sc. in Agricultural Engineering. Specialist in Agronomy. Autonomous Chapingo University, 1973, Mexico. M. Sc. in CROPS Physiology. University of Reading, England, 1976 M. Sc. in Rural Development. University of East Anglia, Norwich, England, 1980 Ph. D. in Rural Development. University of London, England, 1986
Number of Publications24
Other Activities- Author and collaborator in 5 articles published in scientific journals; I chapter in a psecialist publication; 8 works for divulgation purposes in bulletins and newspapers; two books and one specific translation work, from 1984-1994. - Author of 24 publications in Rural Development, Agrarian Law, Rural Funding, Agricultural Policy - Conducted 2 thesis at the Bachelor level, 2 thesis at the masteral level. - Professor in 68 different courses of international and national level - Professor in 21 courses and seminars at the doctorate level
Publications1. The Reasons, the Senses, the Faith and the Reform to 27th Constitutional Article. Journal (New Epoch), Year 2, No. 5 and 6, May-Dec. 1992 pp.53-61. 2. Rural Development and Automeasure in front of the Mexican Neoliberalism and the Globalization of World Economy. Economy, Theory and Practice Journal, Vol. 2, pages 197-210, 1994. 3. The Rural Neoliberalism Paradigm and the Agrarian Reforms in Mexico. Agrarian Notebooks Journal (New Epoch), No. 11-12, August 1995. 4. The Ejido. Doucment of Work, United Nations Program for Rural Development, Nagoya, Japan, 1996 (in press). 5. Mexico de l'état patrimonial à l'état néoliberal: La politique agricole du Mexique. Cahiers Agricultures, 5, Paris, France, 1996 (in press). 5
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