Gustavo Merino Juárez

 

  Gustavo Merino Juárez
Vice-Minister for Prospective, Planning and Evaluation, Ministry of Social Development (Sedesol) 

 

Gustavo Merino is the Vice-Minister for Prospective, Planning and Evaluation in Mexico’s Ministry of Social Development (Sedesol). At Sedesol, he was also the Vice-Minister of Social and Human Development. In 2006, he worked as the Coordinator of Social Policy for the Transition Team of the Mexican Elect-President Felipe Calderón Hinojosa. 

 

Before joining Sedesol, where he has served in various capacities since 2002, Gustavo Merino was a professor in the Economics Department of the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM), as well as a consultant on economic competitiveness and social and economic development.

 

He received his undergraduate degree in Economics from ITAM and his Master’s and Doctorate degrees in Public Policy from Harvard University.