Nicolás M. Perrone

PhD Candidate, London School of Economics and Political Science

Nicolás Marcelo Perrone is pursuing a PhD at the London School of Economics and Political Science.  He is also a researcher at the Centre of Interdisciplinary Studies of Industrial and Economic Law (University of Buenos Aires).  Nicolás holds a law degree (UBA), a master in international relations and negotiations (FLACSO Argentina) and a LL.M (LSE).  He has worked as a consultant for the OECD Directorate for Financial and Enterprise Affairs, and as a fellow of the UNCTAD Division on Investment and Enterprise.  Nicolás has taught in Argentina and as a visiting lecturer at the Xi’an Jiaotong Law School.  Previously, he worked in the Argentine Judiciary and as an advisor of the Argentine Government in Judicial Affairs.  Nicolás has published in several countries, and has given presentations to academic conferences internationally.  His main interests are international investment and economic law, and international investment governance, in particular foreign investment in agriculture.

Bridges news

28 December 2009
A Conferência das Nações Unidas sobre Comércio e Desenvolvimento (Unctad, sigla em inglês) dedicou seu Relatório sobre o Investimento no Mundo de 2009 à agricultura. O investimento externo neste setor estratégico oferece oportunidades e também desafios às economias de muitos países em...
26 November 2009
La Conferencia de Naciones Unidas sobre Comercio y Desarrollo (UNCTAD, por sus siglas en inglés) dedica su Informe Mundial de Inversión 2009 a la agricultura. La inversión extranjera en este estratégico sector ofrece oportunidades y también desafíos para las economías de muchos países en desarrollo...
1 November 2007
La importancia económica de China, en los últimos años, aumentó en forma exponencial para Latinoamérica y para el Mercosur, en particular. Los países de la región deberían estar preocupados por la posible competencia que este país puede representar en los mercados locales. El objetivo de este...
1 November 2007
While China’s economic importance to Latin America, and to Mercosur in particular, has increased exponentially over the past few years, countries in the region should be wary of potential competition in their domestic markets. Since the opening up of the Chinese economy and the reduction of export...