Dr Garcia is a Lecturer at the Faculty of Law since 2011. In Venezuela, Dr Garcia worked as a corporate lawyer and he served as the General Counsel of the Development Bank of Venezuela (BANDES). He is a member of the UOW Faculty of Law’s Legal Intersections Research Centre. Dr Garcia’s research interests focus on the fields of law and development, banking and finance law, corporations law, international economic law, intellectual property and traditional knowledge. Dr Garcia has special interests in the Asia-Pacific and Latin America regions.
El Fondo Monetario Internacional y la Promoción del Estado de Derecho en los Noventa: Condicionalidad y Estados de Excepción en Suramérica, Faculty of Arts - Papers (2007)
Los anos noventa fueron testigos de varias que afectaron particularmente, a los paises en vias...
Understanding IMF stand-by arrangements from the perspective of international and domestic law: the experience of Venezuela in the 1990s, Faculty of Law - Papers (2012)
During the 1990s, international financial institutions such as the World Bank and the International Monetary...
IMF standby arrangement: its role in the resolution of crises in the 1990s., Faculty of Law - Papers (2011)
This paper explores the role played by Stand-By Arrangements (SBAs) in the resolution of financial...
Initiatives on IP Enforcement beyond TRIPS: The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement and the International Medical Products Anti-Counterfeiting Task Force (with Christoph Antons), Faculty of Law - Papers (2011)
IMF conditionality and rule of law: exceptional powers and banking in Malaysia and Venezuela, University of Wollongong Thesis Collection (2009)
The 1990s was a decade marked by the implementation of market reforms worldwide. Countries in...