Mexico Workshop (International Track Breakout)

Thursday Jun 06   01:30 PM to 05:00 PM (3 hours 30 minutes)
Mary Graydon Center Room 245

2019 Climate Policies in Mexico

This document hosts the assigned readings and learning goals for the Climate Policy Camp students within the Mexico delegation

Instructor:Dr. Peggy James

Learning Objectives:

The curriculum on Climate Policies in Mexico is aimed to help students:

  • Appreciate the impact of domestic economic and political development on international trade negotiations

  • Construct a framework for possible outcomes in a trade negotiation based on border carbon adjustments (BCA)

  • Evaluate the impact of domestic and international relevant actors on country negotiations

Required Readings:

About Dr. James:Peggy James has been at the University of Wisconsin Parkside for more than 25 years, and is a first generation American, born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. She received a B.A. in Political Science and Spanish from Marquette University, and an M.A degree in Political Science from Marquette University. Her Ph.D in Political Science is from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Her research in International Relations has centered on issues of political development in Latin America, and she has traveled extensively throughout the region. She teaches classes in strategic and tactical decision making, and current work focuses on decentralized and parallel decision making in smart city environments.

Additional Reading If Interested:

University of Wisconsin at Parkside
Professor of Political Science

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