Member of the Academic Council of Libertad y Progreso.
PhD in Administration from the Catholic University of La Plata and Professor of Economics at the Faculty of Law and Social Sciences of the UBA. His research has been collected internationally and he has published books and scientific and outreach articles. He has served as Rector of ESEADE and as a consultant for the University of Manchester, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, OAS, IDB and G7Group, Inc. He has received awards and scholarships, including the Eisenhower Exchange Fellowship and the Freedom Project of the John Templeton Foundation.

Articles & Op-Eds

Vouchers and public education

LA NACIÓN – If something clear, it is that Javier Milei does not need anyone to defend him, both because of his character and because


On passions and political divisions

INFOBAE – There are certain ideas that we assume as creeds, feeding the divisions among us. Where do they come from and how do they

política en Chile
Articles & Op-Eds

Chile: A political suicide?

LA NACIÓN – A table with data from the World Bank is circulating online, showing that Chile’s GDP per capita grew by 161% in the


A Nobel Prize refutes Oxfam

Clarín – On the occasion of the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF), better known for the place where it is held (Davos),

Historia de JB Alberdi y la libertad argentina

Alberdi and the wealth tax

INFOBAE – While we all believe that there is a fierce internal in the ruling alliance, the laws that do the most damage to the

aumento de impuestos en argentina

A Tax On Harmful Tax Proposals

INFOBAE – In 1789 Benjamin Franklin wrote in a letter to Jean-Baptiste Leroy a phrase that would later go down in history: “In this world

Situación política argentina
National Policy

Is The Argentine Cycle Over?

DATA CLAVE – For several decades we have been trapped by a state that we cannot finance without drowning. We have instituted a cycle that