Luis Jorge Garay

Industrial Engineer and Magister in Economics, Universidad de los Andes (Bogotá, Colombia). Ph. D. in Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Cambridge, U.S.). Visiting Scholar at the universities of Oxford and Cambridge (U.K.). Visiting Scholar and Consultant at the InterAmerican Development Bank, the United Nations, the National Planning Department and Ministries of Finance, Foreign Trade and Foreign Affairs in Colombia. Director of the National Process of Verification of Human, Social and Economic Rights of the forced displaced population in Colombia. He has authored more than 40 books, numerous essays and scientific articles, in topics like international migration and remittances, international trade and economic integration, foreign debt management, industrial development and international competitiveness, globalization, corruption and capture of State, and social exclusion

Part 5 of a series that provides a retrospective look at the first year of Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto’s Sexenio with comments on the prospects for 2014.

How Corruption Affects National Security of the United States: An Explorative Hypothesis on Mexican Transnational Criminal Networks Operating in the United States