Numerary Member

Social Sciences: Dr. in Economics and Business

Date of Admittance: 13/02/2018

Admission Speech: La función del marketing en la empresa y en la economía

Speech in reply: Dr. Jaime Rodrigo de Larrucea

Vice President for International Relations and Students of the Ramon Llull University. Barcelona, ​​Spain.

Professor of Marketing at ESADE-Ramon Llull University. Barcelona, ​​Spain.

Academic degrees

  • Doctor in Economics and Business, Universidad Pontificia Comillas (ICADE-ICAI), Madrid, Spain.
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA), ESADE, Barcelona, ​​Spain.
  • Doctor in Economics and Commerce, Università di Messina, Italy.
  • Executive Program in Management, University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), United States of America.
  • Strategic Marketing Management Program, Harvard University, Boston, United States of America.

Professional profile

Visiting Professor at several universities. Research projects, articles and conferences in many countries of America, Asia and Europe.

Member of the ESADE International Advisory Board

Vice President of Creafutur, on behalf of ESADE.

Prior to his academic career, he held senior management positions in multinational companies.

He has received many recognitions, distinctions and prizes. Among others, those of “Ufficiale al Merito dell’Ordine della Stella d’Italia”, granted by the President of the Italian Republic, and “Chevalier dans l’Ordre des Palmes académiques”, granted by the French Government.

He has also received the title of “doctor honoris causa” from the Catholic University of Córdoba, Argentina.

He is a member of the Royal European Academy of Doctors.

He is a member of the Committee of Conferences of the Franco-Spanish University, promoted by the governments of France and Spain and by the university systems of these two countries.

His areas of specialty are Marketing, Strategic Planning and Health Management.

He is a consultant for Marketing and Strategic Planning of national and international companies.

Working languages: Spanish, Italian, English and Catalan.

December of 2018