UPC School of Economics presents three programs that are designed by economists and financial leaders:
Students in the School of Economics receive abundant practical experience in the fields of macroeconomics and corporate finance. Graduates can count on gaining an excellent education that leaves them with the ability to explain the function of the market economy, with the vision to interpret changes in the national and international economic environments, and with the most advanced knowledge of the modern tools of financial management.
SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS
Carlos M. Adrianzen Cabrera
Economist graduated from the Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru, Graduate Studies in Business and Economics at the Universities of Boston (MA in Economics), Quebec (MBA), Harvard (HIID, MPM) and Pittsburgh (Katz, MP). Professionally he has served as professor and academic authority in different Peruvian universities (PUCP, USIL, USMP) and abroad (UQAM) as well as local and international consultant on economic and financial affairs, also Chief of the Bureau of Studies and Statistics SBS, Vice President of the Commission of Free Competition of INDECOPI and Senior Advisor to various Ministers of Economy and Finance and Agriculture, among other public positions. He is also Senior Executive Fellow at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.
He has over a thousand articles published in various academic and journalistic publications, currently is economics columnist of the Diario El Comercio in Lima and the America Economia magazine.