Oscar Ugarteche and Armando Negrete
Oscar Ugarteche holds a PhD from the University of Bergen. He has an honorary doctorate from the San Agustin University of Arequipa, Peru; he is a researcher of the national system of researchers in Mexico, and professor in the faculty of Post-Graduate Economics and in the Postgraduate Program in Latin-American Studies. He is a Principal Investigator at the Institute of Economic Research and Coordinator of the OBELA Latin American Economic Observatory. He works on topics of international economy and economic history.
Armando Negrete holds a Master's Degree in Latin American Studies from UNAM and a Bachelor's Degree in Economics from the School of Economics of UNAM. He is an Academic Technician at the Economic Research Institute, UNAM, webmaster of the Latin American Economic Observatory, and holds a doctorate in Latin-American Studies and researches international economic issues. He is assistant professor in the UNAM faculty of economics.
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Daniel Margalef is in charge of the area of Sports Rights and Relations with La Liga in Mediapro since 2013.