Fernando Rodriguez, University of Salamanca,
Fernando Rodriguez holds a Bachelor degree in Law, a Bachelor degree in Economics and a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Salamanca, as well as a Master of Arts in Economics from Boston University. He has also followed Ph.D. courses in Economics at Boston University and Harvard University. He is tenure track professor and researcher in Law and Economics, Legal Institutions, Institutional Change and Economic Performance at the University of Salamanca, and author of several publications in these fields, as well as Director of the Master in Economic Analysis of Legal Issues and Public Policies and Economic Regulation at the University of Salamanca. He has been guest professor of Law and Economics at several universities and institutions in Spain, Mexico, Ecuador, Colombia, Chile and Paraguay. He has worked as consultant to several private and public institutions at the regional, national and international level regarding finance and microfinance, energy and environmental regulation, health system reform and education.