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Alexia Lee González Fanfalone

Alexia Lee González Fanfalone

Economist/ Telecommunication Policy Analyst, Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)

Ms Gonzalez-Fanfalone (PhD), a Mexican national, is an Economist/ Telecommunication Policy Analyst for the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) in the Directorate of Science Technology and Innovation. As an OECD Policy Analyst, Ms Gonzalez-Fanfalone has worked on several analytical reports and country reviews on broadband infrastructure and services. At present, she is working on issues related to 5G networks and the IoT; she has also worked on analytical reports on a broad range of communication issues such as IoT measurement and applications, bundles of communication services, and international traffic termination. She previously worked as an economic advisor to one of the five board members of the former Federal Telecommunications Commission (COFETEL) in Mexico, and was a trainee at the Under-Ministry of Communications in Mexico (SCT). Her research has addressed the benefits and costs of digital technology in infrastructure targets for the Post-2015 UN Development Goals. She obtained a PhD from the Toulouse School of Economics (TES) and holds a Master’s degree from the TSE and a dual Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon and the TSE.

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