Enrique Boone Barrera is a lecturer at Wilfrid Laurier University and an independent researcher working at the intersection between public policy, international economic law, and sustainable development. Enrique conducted his postdoctoral research at the Centre for International Governance Innovation, examining the effects of investor-state arbitration on developing countries. As part of this project, he helped organize three regional workshops with public officials from Southeast Asia, Latin America, and Africa. In addition, he has published his research in academic journals, books, and blogs. He has participated in multiple conferences, workshops, and consultations with public officials. Enrique’s broad research interests include international economic law, public policy analysis, global governance, comparative law, and law and development.
Enrique holds a Bachelor of Laws from the Tec de Monterrey, an LL.M. from Queen’s University, and a D.C.L. from McGill University.