Luis Eugenio García-Huidobro

Academic Year: 
From Yale
Exchange Partners: 
Australian National University
Research Interest: 
A New (In)visible Hand? State Capitalism, Corporatization, and the Government's Warping

Luis Eugenio García-Huidobro graduate from the Master’s Program at Yale Law School, where he was a Fulbright Scholar. At Yale, he was focused on courses in administrative and comparative law, with a particular interest in institutional design. He was also active in the Latino Law Students Association and the Yale Journal of Regulation, where he served as lead editor. Before studying at Yale, Eugenio was a Professor of Law at the Catholic University of Chile and a senior associate in the public law group of one of the largest law firms in South America, where he sponsored and argued several cases before the Chilean Supreme Court. His publications include more than a dozen articles and book chapters.

As a Fox Fellow, Eugenio’s research agenda will examine the social and political effects of the privatization and corporatization processes of the bureaucratic structures that have taken place in Australia.