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Dedication
Full-Time

Nationality
Argentina

Secretary
Marcela Ortiz

Telephone
+54(230) 448-1116

Location
Edificio Profesores
1° Piso 127


E-mail
awilli@iae.edu.ar

   
Alberto Willi
Professor of the Business, Society and Economics Academic Area
Profesor of the Organizational Behavior Academic Area
Anthropological Education Area Coordinator
Director Estudios del EMBA Regional II

Education

·Currently attending his PhD at the School of Management-University of Bath, U.K. (2010)
. Iberoamerican Program of Formation of Forming in Social Responsibilitiy-PNUD and Universidad de Buenos Aires, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas  (2009)
. Master-IAE Business School (2005)
. Degree in Philosophy at Universidad Católica Argentina, 2005.
·B.A. in Political Science, UBA, 1997.
·Attended the Washington Semestre Program at American University, en Washington D.C., 1997 on a scholarship granted by CADIE (Consejo Argentino de Intercambio Estudiantil – Argentine Students’ Exchange Council).
·High School Diploma., Instituto José Manuel Estrada, City Bell, 1992
 
Courses
·“Argentine Ideas and Ideologies between 1880 and 1930” Seminar, delivered by Professor Tulio Halperín Donghi at the Universidad de San Andrés, 1998.
·Marketing Internacional Seminal: “Regional Marketing and Strategic Alliances” , IAE, 1998.
·Fiscal Institution Seminal: “Budget Process in Argentina”, delivered by Dr. Roberto Martirene at the Fundación Gobierno y Sociedad, 1998.
·“Security and Democracy: the need to build a new paradigm” Seminar, delivered by Sofía Tiscornia, B.A., and Dr. Alberto Martín Binder at the Fundación Gobierno y Sociedad, 1998.
·"Post-Berlin Congress" delivered at the Social Science School, UBA, to follow the XVI Political Science Cogress organizad by IPSA (International Political Science Association), 1995.
 
 

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