Carlos Heredia

Wilson Center

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Carlos Heredia is a professor at the Center for Research and Teaching in Economics at CIDE in Mexico City and an advisory board member at the Wilson Center's Mexican Institute in Washington, DC. He is a former Mexican congressman and, in 2006, served as advisor to presidential candidate Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

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