Dr. Miguel Alejandro Flores Segovia was awarded his undergraduate degree in Economics at the Autonomous University of Nuevo León’s School of Economics, his master in Economics at the University of Essex, in England, and his PhD in Demography at the University of Texas, USA. He is currently the director of the Institute for Regional Development at the School of Government and Public Transformation and is a level-1 professor and researcher with the Mexican SNI. His areas of expertise include regional economics, spatial analysis of georeferenced data, statistics, and special econometrics. He has been a research fellow at the GeoDa Center for GeoSpatial Analysis and Computation at Arizona State University and at the Center for International Development (CID) at Harvard University. Dr. Flores has also published more than 20 academic books and articles in peer-reviewed journals, in Mexico and abroad.
Regional Development, Statistics, and Econometrics, as well as applying Geographic Information Systems.