: ITID Welcomes Judith Mariscal as Associate Editor

ITID Welcomes Judith Mariscal as Associate Editor.  Mariscal brings her expertise in research network on ICT policy for development in Latin America

Judith Mariscal (Ph.D. LBJ School of Public Affairs at UT in Austin), is Professor at the Centro de Investigación y Docencia Economica (CIDE) in Mexico City where she is Director of the Telecommunications Research Program, Telecom-CIDE. She is a member of the Steering Committee for DIRSI, a research network on ICT policy for development in Latin America as well as for the Communications Research Conference Latin America (CPR Latam). She is a Social Witness for Transparency International Chapter Mexico. Her research focuses on ICT regulatory and public policies and has published in leading journals such as Telecommunications PolicyLatin American Studies and Information Technologies and International Development. She has authored two books: Unfinished Business: Telecommunications Reform in Mexico, published by Praeger Press in 2000, and Digital Poverty: Latin American and Caribbean Perspectives, published by ITDG in 2007, co-authored with Hernan Galperin.



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