Romain Le Cour Grandmaison
PhD. / Analyst / Mexico - LatAm / Governance, Public Security, Criminal Organizations.
Talks covered by this speaker
The politics of violence in Mexico and Central America
Comparative perspectives on illicit crop economies and non-punitive rural drug policies
Categories covered by Romain
About this Speaker
Romain Le Cour Grandmaison is the Co-founder of Noria Research. He also acts as Coordinator of the Mexico & Central America Program, and Program Officer for Security and Violence Reduction at México Evalúa.
Romain holds a PhD. in Political Science from the Sorbonne University. Since he started working in Mexico in 2013, he has conducted more than 4 years of cumulated fieldwork, covering dynamics of violence, public security, and organized crime.
Parallel to his academic activities, Romain has been a consultant and a researcher for several United Nations agencies and organizations. He has published several research and policy articles, and he is the co-editor of the book “The State, after all. Building Authority Amidst Violence” (L’État malgré tout. Produire l’autorité dans la violence) published in France at Éditions Karthala in 2019.