Mauro C. Moschetti is an Assistant Professor (Serra-Húnter Lecturer) at the Department of Theories of Education and Social Pedagogy of the Autonomous University of Barcelona. His research is located at the intersection of policy sociology, sociology of education, education policy, and comparative and international education. His work has focused on education privatization, public–private partnerships, market policies in education, and the political economy of education policy in low- and middle-income countries, particularly in Latin America where he has conducted research in Argentina, Colombia, the Dominican Republic, Honduras, Paraguay, and Uruguay. He is currently the co-coordinator in a three-year $900,000 grant-funded project entitled, “Crisis Management for Disaster Risk Reduction in Education Systems: Learning from the Elaboration and Integration of Technology-Focused Strategies in El Salvador, Honduras, and Colombia.” He has been Senior Researcher at the Department of Sociology of the UAB in the context of the ERC-funded project ‘ReformED’ (GA-680172) and he has worked in R+D+I competitive research projects funded by different European and Latin American research agencies that have allowed him to analyze processes of education reform in different national and sub-national contexts. Over the years, he has collaborated with various educational and research organizations, including Education International, UNESCO, the Global Partnership for Education, and the Open Societies Foundation, and has held permanent, research and visiting positions at the University of San Andrés (Argentina), University of the North (Colombia), Torcuato Di Tella University (Argentina), University of Buenos Aires (Argentina), and the University of Girona (Spain).