Isabel Flores Alcázar is the Academic Coordinator of the International Relations BA program at ITAM. She teaches Introduction to International Relations and the Thesis Seminar. Occasionally, she also teaches the International Relations course for the Master’s in International Management at the same institute.
For two years she collaborated with Prof. Rafael Segovia Canosa at El Colegio de México doing research about electoral systems and elections. Later on, she worked at the Education Ministry where she was monitored the institutions in charge of art and culture policy. Likewise, she has participated in independent research projects with some scholars from universities across the country.
She got her BA in International Relations at ITAM, and has a Master’s in Public Policy from Georgetown University, which she completed with the support of CONACyT. She is currently doing a PhD at UNAM under the Political and Social Sciences program with a concentration in International Relations. Her research focuses on the regimen of international cooperation for development.
Topics of Interest
- International cooperation for development
- International Political Economy
- Public Policy