Mark S. Langevin, PhD, is a senior fellow and adjunct faculty member at the Schar School of Policy and Government and the Center for Energy Science and Policy (CESP) at George Mason University. He teaches in the Global Commerce and Policy master’s program and currently researches the political economy of Brazil’s energy transition. He is also a senior advisor for energy policy and political risk at Horizon Client Access.
Langevin is the former international advisor to the Associação Brasileira dos Produtores de Algodão (ABRAPA), former director of the Brazil Initiative and research professor at the Elliott School of International Affairs-The George Washington University, and former international advisor to Public Services International (PSI). He is also a long-time visiting lecturer and collaborator at the International Relations program of UniCEUB in Brasilia.
He earned his bachelor’s degree in liberal arts with a concentration in public health from The Evergreen State College. He received his master’s degree in Latin American studies and his doctorate in political science from the University of Arizona.
Langevin was a guest contributor to the Dialogue.
To learn about the implications of the recent Eletrobras sale, the prospects of Petrobras privatization, and how both are affected by the likely return of Lula, the Dialogue’s Energy & Climate Program spoke to Dr. Mark Langevin, adjunct professor and senior fellow at George Mason University and senior advisor to Horizon Client Access.