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Abel Hibert Sánchez (Dr)

Abel Hibert Sánchez (Dr)

Telecommunications and Economics Advisor of Elected President of Mexico

Dr Abel Hibert Sánchez is currently Director of Postgraduate Studies and Director of the Center for Applied Interdisciplinary Social Research at the Metropolitan University of Monterrey. He is also a consultant on economic competition and telecommunications issues.

Dr Hibert is professor of Industrial Organisation and Monetary Policy Theory at the Tecnológico de Monterrey; professor of Business Management, Regional Development and Strategy at the Graduate Division of the Metropolitan University of Monterrey.

Dr Hibert was previously a Commissioner at Federal Telecommunications Commission and a Director of Economics and Development at the Graduate’s School of Public Administration and Public Policy at Tecnológico de Monterrey.

He has also held several positions as Economic Consultant at CIEMEX-WEFA, Deputy Director of Analysis in Vector Casa de Bolsa and Chief Economist of Pulsar International Group.

Dr Hibert was President of the College of Economists of Nuevo León from 2000 to 2002 and from 2012 to 2013 and was also a member of the Business Council of the newspapers El Norte and Reforma.

He has been an editorialist for several national and local newspapers such as El Norte, Reforma AM de Nuevo León and El Financiero and co-author of books and academic articles on economic topics.

An Economist from the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México, Dr Hibert obtained an MA in Applied Economics from the Instituto Tecnológico de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey and a PhD in Philosophy in Administration from EGADE Business School.

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