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Rodrigo Alegría Huerta

WHO

Rodrigo Alegría Huerta

AREA

Economics

Operations & Technology

Rodrigo Alegría got his Bachelor in Economics from Universidad de Navarra (2001). He has also got a Master in Economics and Finance from Universidad de Navarra (2002) and a Master in Regional Economics from London School of Economics (2004). He has worked mainly as a researcher in different research centers such as UN in Pamplona, Geography Department (LSE), Centre for Economic Performance (LSE) and European Institute (LSE) all of them in London. As a professor, he has lectured in Spain and United Kingdom and has visited different countries such as Greece, Netherlands, United States or France for conferences and seminars. He is currently an adjunct professor at IE University (since 2010). His interests focus on urban, regional and international economics with a particular interest in the spatial econometrics analysis of multinationals´ location choices.

Corporate Experience

• Research Assistant, European Institute, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK, 2007-2009.

• Research Assistant, Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK, 2006.

• Field Researcher, Williams College, USA, 2005.

Academic Experience

• Adjunct Professor of Econometrics and Mathematics, IE University, Spain, 2010-Present

• Associate Professor of Econometrics, Fundación José Ortega y Gasset – Gregorio Marañón, Spain, 2018-Present.

• Teaching Assistant of Research Techniques and Spatial Analysis, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK, 2005-2009.

• Teaching Assistant of Quantitative Methods, University of Navarra, Spain, 2001-2003.

Academic Background

• Title Specialist in Big Data, University of Navarra, Spain, 2019.

• MSc in Regional Science, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK, 2004.

• MSc in Economics and Finance, University of Navarra, Spain, 2002.

• BSc in Economics, University of Navarra, Spain, 2001.