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An Evening Discussion With Professor Rodrigo Canales, Mexico City, Mexico

March 15–16, 2011

VENUE: Club de Industriales Rodrigo Canales, Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior will speak on "The Institutional Dimensions of the War on Drugs". In the past five years, violence related to organized crime in Mexico has spiraled to never before seen rates. As executions, open confrontations, and the culture of violence become increasingly rooted as elements of everyday life, the federal government's strategy has lost public support. Join Professor Canales as he discusses the deeper dimensions of organized crime in Mexico, the current strategy to address it, and their implications for the stability of Mexican institutions. A reception with alumni and Professor Canales will precede and immediately follow the discussion. Reception will include hors d'oeuvres and drinks. We look forward to seeing you! REGISTER HERE: http://events.som.yale.edu/index.php?eventid=864 Reply is requested by Thursday, March 10, 2011. COST: There is no charge for this event DRESS CODE: Jacket and tie are required. CONTACT: Please contact Eugenia.hayes@yale.edu if you have any further questions. VENUE: Club de Industriales

Additional Information

  • Contact

    Jeanne Hayes Eugenia.hayes@yale.edu
  • Location

    Andrés Bello 29, Colonia Polanco México D.F., MEXICO