Mr Felipe Irarrazaval

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Overview

My doctoral research - titled Global Production Networks and the extractive sector: Natural Gas revenues and regional economic change in the Andean countries - explores resources territorialities around global production networks of natural resources. Particularly, I analyse how those territorialities modify the social relations of value distribution, and how such modification impact on the local and regional economies.

Empirically, I am analysing natural gas extraction in Peru and Bolivia, and the linked revenue distribution to sub-national governments of natural gas producer regions. I am looking for understanding the social and political drivers behind the sub-national expenditure of natural gas revenues in Cusco/La Convención and Tarija, and how such expenditure impact on the regional economy.

Qualifications

BA Geography, Universidad de Chile (2006-2010)

MA Political science, Universidad de Chile (2012-2013)

External positions

External lecturer, Universidad Alberto Hurtado

Jul 2014Dec 2014

Visiting student-researcher, Center for Inter American Policy Research, Tulane University

Mar 2014May 2014

External lecturer , Universidad Metropolitana de Ciencias de la Educación

1 Mar 201230 Jul 2015

Research Assistant, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile (Catholic University of Chile)

1 Aug 201131 Aug 2016

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