The Euro is Dead;
Long Live the Solid!
The author studied business administration and economics at an undergraduate and
graduate level, and has held senior positions in companies in various countries. He
is an international consultant in the fields of business and economics and has lived
in eight different countries for reasons of study and work. While providing consulting for
one of the biggest mining groups in Bolivia, he had a firsthand experience in the effects
of hyperinflation on the population which developed in the country in 1985, at that time
the biggest in the world occurring since the Hungarian hyperinflation in 1945.
He has lectured at universities and institutions on the subjects of economics and business
and has written articles in specialized magazines and newspapers in various countries.
The author currently provides consulting in the area of quantitative risk analysis referred
to the fields of strategic planning applying a method developed by him (Dynamic Risk
Profile), builds risk scenarios of assets exposed to risk for clients such as oil companies,
and also consults on the business cycle.
A New Renaissance for the Eurozone