Mexico - Towards being the USA's First Trade Partner: The Necessary Political, Social and Business Conditions

Presenter: 
José Calderoni, MSU alumnus and business entrepeneur

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About the Presenter: 

José Calderoni-Arroyo is an International Consultant with an MBA from Michigan State University and a BA in Economics from the Tecnológico de Monterrey (ITESM). José was decorated twice, by the King of Spain and the Queen of The Netherlands for his achievements in his commercial diplomatic career in Europe and Central America.

José is also a trader, banker, international market researcher, and professor of international trade at ITESM. He is currently President of the Economists Association of ITESM. He has worked for the Mexican Federal Government in the Ministries of Commerce, Foreign Relations, Labor and Social Prevention, Health, Social Development Education, and Land Reform.

Mr. Calderoni also has expertise in human development, training workers and executives from the Mexican private and public sectors, and was responsible for Research and Development for the Latin American Institute for Educational Communications (ILCE), an international organization created by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).

He initiated several programs to modernize education at all levels, from kindergarten to post-doctoral studies, including distance education using digital tools applied to radio, television, satellite, and computers. He was a Member of the Board of the International Society for Technology in Education. Due to his universal interests and expertise, he is widely respected as an international consultant.

Presented on: 
September 21, 2011
Language: 
English
Event: 
Fall 2011 Seminar Series
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