- International Political Economy
- Comparative Political Economy
- Latin American Politics
- Development studies
Antulio's work relates to the political economy of resource extraction. His research interests centre on the changing modalities of state treatment of foreign investment in resource industries, considering the emergence of new actors and trends in the global economy. Focusing on the critical case of Venezuela, Antulio's post-doctoral project at SUM deals with the dramatic expansion of Venezuela's extractive frontier through large-scale mining south of the Orinoco river. This case allows conceptualizing the interplay of indigenous demands, foreign investors' interests and state policy in the midst of the downturn in commodity markets and a deep economic crisis.
- PSCI-300 Foundations of Political Economy (University of Waterloo, 2014-2015).
- IP 612 Earth Governance: The politics and law of environmental policy (Wilfrid Laurier University 2017)
Antulio holds a PhD in Global Governance from the University of Waterloo and the Balsillie School of International Affairs. His PhD thesis centred on the historical evolution of state treatment of Foreign Investment in the oil sector of Venezuela and Ecuador, integrating insights from Obsolescing Bargaining Models (OBM) and constructivist literature. He has also published on the contributions of Latin American intellectual history to development and International Political Economy thought as well as regional integration mechanisms.
- Ontario Trillium Scholar (2012-2016)
- Trent University UWC Scholar (2001-2005)
- Post-doctoral fellow, Centre for Development and the Environment, University of Oslo.
- Adjunct professor, Department of Political Science, University of Waterloo (2014, 2015).
- Adjunct professor, Master in International Public Policy, Wilfrid Laurier University (2017).