Luis Felipe Lucatero Govea

Head of the Unit for Prospective Analysis and Regulation, Federal Commission of Telecommunications

Luis Lucatero is currently head of regulatory policy within the Federal Communications Commission in Mexico. Luis Lucatero studied physics at Hokkaido University in Japan and continued graduate school at Ecole Politechnique in France. Luis Lucatero has twelve years of experience in telecommunications having worked at Alcatel-Lucent Head Quarters in France in a variety of positions ranging from research scientist, business developer, and Head of Wireless Policy. Luis Lucatero has advised various governments on telecommunications policy in Europe, India, Latin America and Africa, and plays a major role as an activist for internet usage as agent of societal transformation.

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Publications and Multimedia
Antitrust Enforcement and Price Squeeze - Event Audio/Video
The Future of Business Law in Mexico
October 20, 2011