Regionalismo latino-americano: produção de saber e criação e importação de teoria

Palavras-chave: Integração regional. Regionalismo. Teoria. América Latina. União Europeia.

Resumo

Este artigo explora a existência de vozes e ideias latino-americanas a respeito da integração regional e avalia se essas vozes contribuíram para a teorização do regionalismo/integração regional. Da mesma forma, o artigo visa contribuir para a discussão a respeito da exportabilidade das teorias de integração regional, em particular, para analisar se as ferramentas teóricas desenvolvidas no estudo da integração regional na Europa são relevantes para explicar e entender os processos que acontecem na América Latina e no Caribe e mesmo além.

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José Briceño Ruiz, Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia - sede Bogotá

José Briceño Ruiz Es Doctor en Ciencia Política del Instituto de Estudios Políticos de Aix-en-Provence, Francia. Es titular de una Maestría en Relaciones Internacionales de la Universidad de Durham (Inglaterra) y de un DEA en Ciencia Política Comparada del Instituto de Estudios Políticos de Aix-en-Provence – IEP Aix  (Francia). Es profesor de la Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia-sede Bogotá. Eentre 2013 y 2017 fue profesor de la Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Sociales de la Universidad de los Andes, en Venezuela. Ha sido profesor invitado en la Universidad Nacional Autonóma de México (UNAM), Universidad de Buenos Aires, la Universidad de San Pablo, Aoyama Gakuin University en Tokio y la Universidad de Sonora en México. Sus trabajos han sido publicados en revistas como el Journal of European Integración, Etudes Internationales, Global Social Policy, Latin American Policy, Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies. Es autor y editor de varios libros sobre integración latinoamericana, los más recientes de ellos: Brazil and Latin America: Between the Separation and Integration Paths (Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books, 2017) y Post-hegemonic regionalism in the Americas: Towards a Pacific vs. Atlantic Divide? (Londres: Routledge, 2017) en colaboración con Isidro Morales (Tec de Monterrey).

Philippe De Lombaerde, Neoma Business School, Rouen Campus
Philippe de Lombaerde es Profesor Asociado de Economía Internacional en NEOMA Business School, Rouen Campus. Es doctor en el RWTH Aachen University. Estudió economía y ciencia política en las universidades de Gante, Bruselas, Amberes y Aachen. Antes de unirse a NEOMA BS,   fue Director Asociado del Instituto Universitario de las Naciones Unidas para Estudios Comparativos de Integración Regional (UNU-CRIS) en Brujas, y Profesor Asociado de Economía Internacional en la Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogotá, entre otros cargos. La investigación de Philippe ha sido publicada en numerosos medios académicos, incluidos el Journal of Common Market Studies, Review of International Studies, Global Economic Review, International Journal of Manpower, and Journal of Policy Modeling. También ha editado varios libros, incluida la colección de cuatro volúmenes sobre "Regionalism" (Londres: Sage, 2013) y se desempeña como editor de la serie Springer / UNU sobre regionalismo. Ha dictado conferencias en varios países, entre ellos Colombia, Ecuador, Tailandia, Alemania, Países Bajos y Bélgica.

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2018-08-07
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Briceño Ruiz, J., & De Lombaerde, P. (2018). Regionalismo latino-americano: produção de saber e criação e importação de teoria. Civitas - Revista De Ciências Sociais, 18(2), 262-284. https://doi.org/10.15448/1984-7289.2018.2.29593
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Mundialização, regionalização e fronteiras