A public intellectual, Andrés Roemer took degrees with honors in law at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México and economics at the Instituo Tecnológico Autónomo de México. After that, he went to Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, from which he earned a master's in public administration in 1991, where he gained the Don K. Price Award. In 1994, he received his doctorate in public policy from the University of California at Berkeley. He served as an official of the Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes, the Mexican equivalent of the National Endowment for the Arts. His recent initiative, Poder Cívico, A.C., marks the first serious shift towards an entirely new model: in equal parts a private-sector advocate and public policy think-tank, able to scrutinize and monitor government performance and to disseminate that information with the power and immediacy of television as a medium of mass communication.
¿Qué hacer para combatir eficazmente el terrorismo?, The Latin American and Caribbean Journal of Legal Studies (2007)
El otro Einstein (2008)
En el guión teatral en cuestión, su autor pretende dar a conocer la faceta oculta...
Terrorismo y Crimen Organizado: Un Enfoque de Derecho y Economia (with Edgardo Buscaglia) (2006)
La Ciudad de las Ideas, Poder Cívico, A.C. (2008)
La Ciudad de las Ideas es un festival de mentes brillantes, una celebración de la...