Romain Le Cour Grandmaison

Co-President & Co-Founder

Research Area: Mexico
Languages: English, French, Italian, Spanish
Regional Program: Central America

romain.lecourgrandmaison@noria-research.com
           

Romain Le Cour Grandmaison is Co-Director and Co-Founder of Noria, where he is also a Mexico and Central America Analyst. His research addresses questions of organized crime and public policy concerning security and criminal violence.

He is a PhD Candidate at Paris-1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University, a Visiting Researcher at the Institute of Latin American Studies at Columbia University (ILAS), a Labex Tepsis Research Associate, a Research Fellow of the ERC « Social Dynamics of Civil Wars » program, and a member of the Standing Group on Organized Crime (ECPR SGOC). He holds a Master’s Degree in International Affairs–International Security from Sciences-Po Paris. He has been a consultant for several United Nations agencies, and think-tanks such as México Evalua.

In recent years, Romain has carried out fieldwork in Mexico, especially in the Western region of Michoacán, covering the issues of drug cartels and Autodefensas movements.

Publications on Noria

Understanding in Order to Address: For a State Strategy in Michoacan

( Entrance of Apatzingan, Michoacan - Noria Research ©) This report was prepared by the Noria Office for Mexico and Central America, for the Mexico-based Think Tank México Evalua. A full original version, in Spanish, was released on June 2nd, 2014, and is available...

PART 3 – The Federal Operation: a Superficial Project

The need to overthrow the model of the Templarios is crucial for two reasons. First, in social terms, to re-establish a solid social fabric to replace the current altered social order that has been permeated by Templario elements. Although...

PART 3 – The Federal Operation: a Superficial Project

The need to overthrow the model of the Templarios is crucial for two reasons. First, in social terms, to re-establish a solid social fabric to replace the current altered social order that has been permeated by Templario elements. Although...

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