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Dr. Roberto E. Muñoz, Senior Fellow
Senior Fellow, Information Economy Project and Professor, Federico Santa María Technical University, Santiago, Chile, email@example.com.
Roberto E. Muñoz is an economics professor at Federico Santa María Technical University in Santiago, Chile. He earned his Ph.D. at the University of Maryland in economics in 2003, and conducts wide-ranging academic research in game theory, experimental economics, applied econometrics, and telecommunications policy. He has contributed path-breaking analysis in evaluating the net social benefits of spectrum allocation reform.
University of Maryland, Ph.D. (Economics)