On May 23, the fifth session of the UCEMA Freedom Forum will be held. The UCEMA Freedom Forum is a virtual space designed for rotating groups of intellectuals to debate diverse...
Sixth edition of the Freedom Forum
On October 24, the sixth session of the UCEMA Freedom Forum will be held, a virtual space designed for rotating groups of intellectuals to debate diverse and transcendental issues, escaping from the classic debate of the current situation that prevents thinking in the long term. The meeting will be held under the title "Las Políticas de Nudging y sus Consecuencias para la Libertad Individual" (The Nudging policies and their Consequences for Individual Freedom)
As always, the forum will be coordinated by the committee formed by Alberto Benegas Lynch (h), Julio Elías, Martín Krause and Edgardo Zablotsky, who will also participate in the sessions. The moderator will be Dr. Zablotsky, in his capacity as President of UCEMA. With regard to the guests, this session of the Forum will include the participation of Guillermo Cabieses, Iván Carrino, Walter Castro, Adrián Ravier, Ayelén Sánchez.
The sessions are closed, by invitation only, they will take place on the Zoom platform and will not be recorded in order to guarantee the free exchange of ideas among the participants.
He holds a Master of Laws (LL.M.) from the Law School of the University of Chicago and a law degree from the University of Lima (graduated Summa Cum Laude). He currently teaches the courses of Economics and Law at the University of Lima and of Law and Economic Analysis of Law at the Peruvian University of Applied Sciences (UPC). He has been professor of Economic Incentives for the Conservation of the Environment, Contracts, Legal Act and Legal Theory at the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru and professor of Economic Analysis of Law at the Graduate School UPC.
Iván Carrino is a liberal Argentine writer, lecturer, columnist and professor. Currently, he directs Carrino & Asociados, an economic and financial research and advisory company and is Deputy Director of the Master´s Program in Economics and Political Sciences at ESEADE University Institute. He holds a degree in Administration from the University of Buenos Aires. He hold´s a Master´s degree in Economics of the Austrian School from the Rey Juan Carlos University of Madrid, having been a pupil of Jesús Huerta de Soto and a Master´s degree in Applied Economics from CEMA University.
Walter Castro is a Doctor and Master in Economics from ESEADE University Institute. Master in Business Administration from CEMA University. National Public Accountant from the National University of Rosario (UNR). Full Professor of Undergraduate and Graduate courses at the Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina (UCA Rosario). Having already completed more than 25 years in specialized journalism, he currently conducts his daily radio program “El Regreso” (Return) on CNN Radio Rosario and participates weekly as economic columnist of a television program broadcast by Cablevisión.
Degree in Economics from the National University of Buenos Aires (2002); Master in Economics and Business Administration ESEADE (2004); and Doctor in Applied Economics from Rey Juan Carlos University of Madrid (2009). He has been a professor at several universities of Argentina such as the UBA, ESEADE, USAL, UCES, UCA and UNSTA. He currently teaches at the National University of La Pampa (UNLPAM, Argentina), and in postgraduate courses, in the program Master in Economics of UFM (Guatemala) and OMMA (Madrid) and in the Master in Economics and Political Sciences and in the Doctorate in Business Administration at ESEADE.
She has a degree in Philosophy with specialization in logics and philosophy of science and is Doctor in Philosophy (Universidad Nacional del Sur). She is currently a postdoctoral fellow of CONICET and develops her research on human rational action in the Institute of Economic and Social Studies of the South (IEESS). She teaches in the departments of History of Modern Philosophy (BA in Philosophy, UNS) and Fundamentals of Management Sciences (BA in Management, UNS).
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