Luis Fernando Medina-Sierra He was appointed as the Colombian ambassador to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) in Paris.
(Reasons of the OECD to cut to 2.2% the global GDP of 2023).
Medina is an economist and philosopher from the Universidad de Los Andes and the Universidad Nacional, and is Doctor of Economics from Stanford University.
He has also been a professor of economics at the Universidsd de Los Andes, the Externado and the National, and Political Science at the Universities of Chicago and Virginia.
(Minagricultura speaks with Irish leader before OECD meeting).
In addition, he is the author of different articles and books on formal models of economicsamong which stand out: ‘The Red Phoenix: The Opportunities of Socialism’, ‘A Unified Theory of Collective Action and Social Change’ and ‘Beyond the Turnout Paradox: The Political Economy of Electoral Participation’.