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About Martin Krause

A native of Argentina, Martín Krause is Professor of Economics at the University of Buenos Aires.
He also directs the Centro de Investigaciones de Instituciones y Mercados. Having earned his doctorate in management from the Universidad Católica de La Plata, he teaches Law and Economics at the Law School and History of Economic Thought (Austrian School) at the School of Economics, both from the University of Buenos Aires. A member of the Mont Pélérin Society, he also lectures regularly and is a visiting professor at the Universidad Francisco Marroquín in Guatemala. He was Rector, and Director for Research at the ESEADE Graduate School in Buenos Aires. In 1993, he was awarded a prestigious Eisenhower Fellowship, an enrichment program for emerging leaders from around the world. He is also the recipient of the 2007 Premio Academia Nacional de Ciencias de Buenos Aries. A small sample of his publications is listed below.

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Present Visiting Professor of Economics, Universidad Francisco Marroquín, Guatemala
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La Rábida 573
(1642) San Isidro
Buenos Aires
Argentina

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Articles (16)

Books (9)