Lawyer from the University of Buenos Aires with postgraduate studies in the London School of Economics (LSE), United Kingdom. Current Director of the Institute for the Integration of Latin America and the Caribbean (INTAL) of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), with focus on the exponential impact of new technologies on trade and integration. He has coordinated the publishing of “Robotlution”, that addresses the disruptive impact on work, international negotiations and 4.0 industries. He was a Citizen Security Lead Specialist at the IDB (2006-2013). He served in Argentina as Minister of Home Affairs (1992-1993) and Minister of Justice, Security and Human Rights (2003-2004); Secretary of State of the Civil Service (1989-1992) and President of the National Institute of Public Administration (1989-1992). Elected representative for the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires (1997-2000). He taught at the University for eight years. He is the author and editor of 16 books on public policy, with focus on violence prevention, sustainability and social innovation.