I am a public servant working on indigenous affairs in the federal government. I am currently based in the province of Ontario, Canada. Furthermore, I am a Network Leader at the Brantford Immigration Partnership. Before relocating to Canada, I served as a Lawyer and International Relations Coordinator at the Servicio Nacional del Consumidor (SERNAC).
I hold an MA in Political Science from the Institute of Public Affairs at the Universidad de Chile and an MA in Global Politics from McMaster University, Canada. Moreover, I earned a Bachelor of Laws from Universidad Alberto Hurtado, Chile. I am interested in transparency and open government, public policies, indigenous affairs, and international relations.
González-Bustamante, B., & Aguilar, D. (2022). Digital Development and Open Government: Evidence from Chilean Local Governments. Presentation delivered at the Digital Democracy Workshop, Digital Society Initiative, University of Zurich, Zurich.
González-Bustamante, B., & Aguilar, D. (2022). Repositorio integrado de indicadores de gobiernos locales en Chile. Presentation delivered at the LatinR Conference, Virtual.
González-Bustamante, B., & Aguilar, D. (2022). Territorial Patterns in Digital Development and Open Government: Evidence from Chilean Local Governments. Presentation delivered at the International Political Science Association Seminar Smart Cities and Open Government: Local Responses to Participation, Public Information, and Democracy, Madrid.
González‑Bustamante, B., & Aguilar, D. (2022). Patrones territoriales en el desarrollo digital y el gobierno abierto: Evidencia de los municipios chilenos. Presentation delivered at the XI Latin American Congress of Political Science, Virtual.