Eurasia Group | Daniel Kerner


Managing Director, Latin America


Latin America, Argentina, Mexico, Peru, Venezuela

As head of Eurasia Group's Latin America practice, Daniel Kerner helps clients make sense of the region's turbulent politics. He leads the firm's coverage of Argentina and Mexico, identifies region-wide trends, and analyzes the evolution of political dynamics. He also studies specific policy initiatives across a range of sectors including energy and natural resources, retail, and telecommunications.
Daniel has published articles on political reform and economic history in major academic journals and has edited volumes in Latin America and the US. He is the author of “Del Modelo al Relato: politica y economia durante el kirchnerismo,” a book that examines Argentina's recent political and economic history. Together with Eurasia Group colleague Carlos Petersen, Daniel published “Aplauso Perdido,” a book about the successes and failures of former Mexican president Enrique Pena Nieto. He holds bachelor's and master's degrees in political science from the University of Buenos Aires, as well as master's degrees in economics and Latin American history from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Fluent in Spanish, Daniel is also a former drummer and incipient guitarist.