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Marcos Buscaglia is an economist, former Wall Street analyst and Emerging Markets expert. He has more than 30 years doing research on the economies of Emerging Market countries and advising Wall Street companies. He is also emerging as a leading voice on the topic of markets and democracy. He was a speaker at the 2022 and the 2023 Oslo Freedom Forum on the impact of foreign investment on democracy and human rights.
He is the founder of Alberdi Partners, a consultancy firm dedicated to political, economic and market analysis of Latin American countries. Buscaglia holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania, where he was a Fulbright scholar, has a graduate degree in economics from Universidad Torcuato Di Tella and a degree in economics (summa cum laude) from the Catholic University of Argentina (UCA).
Buscaglia was for five years chief Latin America economist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch in New York. He ranked #1 in the Institutional Investor rankings in the categories Latin America economics and Argentina in 2015. He also served as chief economist for Latin America at Citibank in New York, and as chief economist for the Southern Cone countries at Citibank, based in Buenos Aires.
Previously he was the Dean of Graduate Business Programs at the University of San Andrés, and a professor of Finance and Economics at IAE Business School, Universidad Austral. Before his PhD, he worked for four years at Ricardo Arriazu & Asociados in Buenos Aires.
Buscaglia is regularly featured in international media, including Bloomberg, Reuters and the Financial Times. He is the author of the books “Por qué fracasan todos los gobiernos?” (with Sergio Berensztein, 2018), “Emergiendo” (2020) and of “Beyond the ESG Portfolio. How Wall Street Can Help Democracies Survive” (2024). He has a bi-weekly column in newspaper La Nación (Argentina). Buscaglia is married and has four children.


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Marcos Buscaglia is an economist, former Wall Street analyst and Emerging Markets expert. He has more than 30 years doing research on the economies of Emerging Market countries and advising Wall Street companies. He is also emerging as a leading voice on the topic of markets and democracy. He was a speaker at the 2022 and the 2023 Oslo Freedom Forum on the impact of foreign investment on democracy and human rights. He is the founder of Alberdi Partners, a consultancy firm dedicated to political, economic and market analysis of Latin American countries. Buscaglia holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania, where he was a Fulbright scholar, has a graduate degree in economics from Universidad Torcuato Di Tella and a degree in economics (summa cum laude) from the Catholic University of Argentina (UCA). Buscaglia was for five years chief Latin America economist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch in New York. He ranked #1 in the Institutional Investor rankings in the categories Latin America economics and Argentina in 2015. He also served as chief economist for Latin America at Citibank in New York, and as chief economist for the Southern Cone countries at Citibank, based in Buenos Aires. Previously he was the Dean of Graduate Business Programs at the University of San Andrés, and a professor of Finance and Economics at IAE Business School, Universidad Austral. Before his PhD, he worked for four years at Ricardo Arriazu & Asociados in Buenos Aires. Buscaglia is regularly featured in international media, including Bloomberg, Reuters and the Financial Times. He is the author of the books “Por qué fracasan todos los gobiernos?” (with Sergio Berensztein, 2018), “Emergiendo” (2020) and of “Beyond the ESG Portfolio. How Wall Street Can Help Democracies Survive” (2024). He has a bi-weekly column in newspaper La Nación (Argentina). Buscaglia is married and has four children. https://marcosbuscaglia.com/books leer más leer menos

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