Daniel Lansberg-Rodriguez

Daniel Lansberg-Rodriguez

Formal First Name

Daniel Lansberg-Rodriguez is an Adjunct Lecturer of Global Management at Kellogg School of Management, where he teaches international business with a focus on Latin America. His teaching and research center on political risk, geopolitics, corruption, country branding, emerging markets, as well as institutional and constitutional development in Latin America. Aside from his current private sector and academic roles, Lansberg-Rodriguez regularly appears on various international governments and agencies, speaking on his views on the U.S. State Department and the Intelligence Services.

Professional Experience

Academic History

  • Lansberg-Rodriguez has extensive experience in international political risk strategy, economic development, human rights, and comparative constitutional law
  • He served as an expert witness or consultant on legal cases involving political corruption and persecution.
  • He has provided testimony before the United States Federal, state, and Immigration courts.
  • He has presented on a variety of topics at speaking engagements and conferences.
  • His analyses and commentaries have frequently appeared in international media outlets.
  • He is a regular contributor to law reviews, academic journals, and blogs on constitutions and government design.
  • His academic publications include articles in the UCLA Law Review and the Georgetown Journal of International Affairs among others.
  • He has appeared as a guest on Real Vision.