Professors

Faculty members

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The academic staff at the School of Economics and Business is comprised of full-time professors who teach classes and carry out research in different areas. The faculty includes professors from different countries, such as France, Italy and the United States, as well as renowned teaching professionals from business schools and the business world who bring a more practical focus to each subject.

The Department of Economics is responsible for teaching activity in the areas of Economics and Quantitative Methods. Its faculty members teach in the various undergraduate and graduate degree programs at the School of Economics and Business Administration, and in other centers at the University of Navarra.

PhD in Economics, Università degli Studi di Perugia
Senior Assistant Professor (Department of Economics)

PhD in Applied Economics, University of Navarra
Associate Professor (Department of Economics)

PhD in Economics, Rice Univeristy 
Assistant Professor

PhD in Economics, Universidad de Alicante
Assistant Professor

PhD in Applied Economics, University of Navarra
Full Professor (Department of Economics)

Master's Degree, University College London (United Kingdom)
Adjunct Professor (Department of Economics)

Ph.D. in Economics, ECARES-ULB (Bélgica) 
Assistant Professor

PhD in Applied Economics, University of Navarra
Professor (Department of Economics)

PhD in Economics, London School of Economics
Full Professor (Department of Economics)

PhD in Economics, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
Senior Assistant Professor (Department of Economics)

PhD in Physics, Universidad de Valencia
Full Professor (Department of Economics)

PhD in Applied Economics, University of Navarra
Assistant Professor (Department of Economics) 

PhD in History, Universitat de Barcelona
Professor (Department of Economics) 

PhD in Applied Economics, University of Navarra
Full Professor (Department of Economics)

  • Pinto Prades, José Luis

PhD in Economics
Full Professor

  • Piñero Moral, Ricardo Isidro

PhD in Philosophy, Universidad de Salamanca 
Full Professor

PhD in Public Administration, Université de Genève
Associate Professor (Department of Economics)

PhD in Economics, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Full Professor (Department of Economics)

PhD in Economics, Universidad de Cantabria
Assistant Professor

PhD in Economics, University of Maryland
Senior Assistant Professor (Department of Economics)

PhD in History, Universidad de Murcia
Professor (Department of Economics)

PhD in International Economics, the Graduate Institute, Geneva
Senior Assistant Professor

PhD in Applied Economics, University of Navarra
Professor of Economics and Political Economy and Public Finance (Department of Economics)

  • Departmental Management Committee

    • Director: D. Fernando Pérez de Gracia

    • Deputy director: D. Martin Rode

    • Secretary:  D. Juan Equiza

  • Teaching objectives

    1. To enable students to understand the most significant economic issues in today's society.

    2. To familiarize students with the main techniques for problem and data analysis.

    3. To develop students' analytical and critical thinking, as well as various skills and attitudes that lead to a genuinely personal and professional education.

  • Research Objectives

    1. Academic publications. The faculty of the Department of Economics conducts intensive research resulting in publications in international and Spanish academic journals. The goal is to produce publications that have a research impact.

    2. Participation in conferences. Faculty members in the Department regularly attend conferences in their areas of expertise. This is intended to improve the quality of their research through constant exchange with the rest of the academic community.

    3. Research Groups. Several research groups have been put together in fields ranging from the Philosophy of Economics and Macrofinances to Industrial Organization. These groups and others that may be created in the future are open to members of the department and other centers. Their purpose is to encourage growth and knowledge through networks of academic research.

  • Knowledge Dissemination Objectives

    In addition, the Department is also involved in communication activities, both through partnerships with the media and through the publication of books for non-specialists.

The Department of Business  of the University of Navarra primarily seeks to generate new knowledge in the academic field of Organizational Management and to impart knowledge through its Business Administration and Economics degree programs.

Head (Business Department)
PhD in Economics from Columbia University since 2003

 

PhD in Business Administration, University of Navarra
Professor (Department of Business )

PhD in Business Administration and Management, University of Navarra
Associate Professor (Department of Business )

PhD in Business Administration and Management, University of Navarra
Associate Professor (Department of Business )

PhD in Business Administration, University of Santiago de Compostela
Associate Professor of Marketing (Dept. Business )

PhD in Business Administration, University of Navarra 
PhD in Philosophy of Management, University of Navarra 
Professor (Department of Business )

PhD in Economics, University of Navarra
BA in Economics and Philosophy, University of Navarra
Assistant Professor (Department of Business )

PhD in Business Administration and Management, University of St. Gallen
Professor 

PhD in Economics, University of Lodz
Professor

PhD in Business Administration and Management, University of Navarra
Associate Professor 

PhD in Business Administration and Management, University of Alicante
Professor (Department of Business )

PhD in Business Administration and Management, University of Navarra
Associate Professor (Dept. of Business )

PhD in Economics, Northwestern University
Professor (Department of Business )

  • Nguyen, Diem Vam

PhD in Financial Economics, University of Gothenburg (Sweden)
Associate Professor

PhD in Economics, University of Navarra
Associate Professor

PhD in Communications, Universidad Pública de Navarra
Associate Professor 

Ignacio Rodriguez Carreño is a Telecommunication Engineer graduated in 2000, and he achieved his Ph.D. in 2006 in signal processing at the Universidad Pública de Navarra. Actually, he is associate professor in the University of Navarre. His research areas are the development of software and algorithms related to optimization using heuristics in logistic, analysis of time series using wavelets in econometrics, and biosignals. Currently he has been working on projects related to optimization methods in logistic (elevators and transport companies), and also on projects related to energy economics applying wavelets. Specifically, he has been developing genetic algorithms for scheduling in transport companies and also for the elevator dispatching problem in elevator companies, as well as methods to reveal features in oil time series.

 

PhD in Industrial Organization Engineering, University of Navarra
Associate Professor (Department of Business )

PhD in Statistics, Carnegie Mellon University
Associate Professor 

PhD in Philosophy, University of Navarra
Professor

  • Departmental Management Committee

    • Director: D. Antonio Moreno Ibáñez

    • Deputy director: D. José Antonio Alfaro

    • Secretary: D. Pedro Mendi

  • Teaching objectives

    1. To develop students' teamwork skills in working with people from other parts of Spain and abroad. To do this, we organize seminars with small groups of students to analyze case studies dealt with at the best business schools in the world.

    2. To promote the active participation of students in training and prompt their interest in current issues of international significance through the organization of international meetings, conferences, workshops, and participation in Chairs and research projects.

    3. To facilitate student contact with new technologies and improve their ability to work in these environments.

  • Research Objectives

    1. To generate academic knowledge in the various fields of knowledge within the area of organizational management.

    2. To participate in internationally renowned research groups.

    3. To publish in the world's best academic research journals.