Pedro Raventós | INCAE Master Programs

Biography

He’s a full professor at INCAE, where he teaches Industrial Dynamics, e-Business and International Finance, among other courses. He holds a Masters and a Ph.D. in Economics from Harvard University. 

In the Finance field, he has done research on capital flows to emerging economies and on the refinancing and reduction of sovereign debt, particularly that of Ecuador and Argentina. He has also researched the privatization processes of the telecommunications and electricity industries in Central America, firm valuation methodologies, and more recently, global investment strategies.

His article "The Foreign Debt of Ecuador" was published in Cuadernos de Economía. "Deregulating Telecommunications in Central America" and "Building Electricity Markets in Central America" were published in Larraín, F (2001): Economic Development in Central America, Harvard University Press.

Prof. Raventos has advised firms and governments on risk management, regulation and investment strategies.

Profile

Personal Information

Rank: 
Full Professor
Country of Origin:
Costa Rica
Country of Residence:
Costa Rica
Office Phone:
+506 2437-2399
Office Fax:
+506 2433-9101
E-mail: 
pedro.raventos@incae.edu
Address: 
Del Vivero Procesa #1, 2 km al oeste, La Garita, Alajuela, Costa Rica
P.O. Box: 
INCAE, Campus Walter Kissling Gam 960-4050 Alajuela, Costa Rica

Academic Degrees

  • Ph.D. - Finance and International Trade, Harvard University

Teaching areas

  • Economics
  • Finance

Courses

  • Portfolio Management
  • E-Business
  • Dinámica Industrial
  • Industrial Dynamics
  • Finanzas Internacionales
  • Microeconomía y Organización Industrial

Publications

Work Experience

In the Finance field, he has done research on capital flows to emerging economies and on the refinancing and reduction of sovereign debt, particularly that of Ecuador and Argentina.

He has also researched the telecommunications and electricity industries in Central America, concentrating on the regulatory and financial aspects.

Professor Raventós has advised firms and governments on regulation and strategy.