Argentina: Recent Economic Trends and Future Perspectives

Luis Ignacio Argüero, Universidad de Belgrano, Buenos Aires

The Latin-American-Swiss Center (CLS-HSG) of the University of St.Gallen
has the pleasure of inviting you to the presentation of Luis Ignacio Argüero, Universidad de Belgrano, Buenos Aires

Thursday, November 27, 2014, 18:15, University of St.Gallen, Room 01-102

Born in Buenos Aires, Luis Ignacio Argüero obtained a degree in communication sciences from the Universidad de Buenos Aires in 2003. After working for the Argentinean government and for a World Bank´s program in the early 2000´s, he was granted a scholarship by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology of Japan and moved to Hiroshima in 2004, where he conducted research on postwar economic recovery. In 2007, he obtained a Master’s degree in economics.

Dr. Argüero’s specialization got him to work at the Center for Research on Regional Economic Systems of Hiroshima and to publish several papers on regional systems of innovation in well-known journals. His work was presented at international conferences in Japan, the US and Australia. In 2010, he earned a PhD in economics from Hiroshima University and returned to Argentina, where he has been teaching «Organization of regional economies» at Universidad de Belgrano while working as a consultant for the United Nations and local governments. His academic interests lay in the fields of regional development, post-crisis recovery and knowledge creation.

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