Alejandro Neut is the Lead Economist of the Digital Economy Unit, where he leads a team that advances and coordinates research on the impacts of ongoing technological transformations across economies, industries and markets.
Previously at BBVA Research, he covered global long-term analysis (Madrid), global financial markets (Madrid), the US economy (New York) and Latin American economies (Madrid). He also worked several years in Paris at the OECD Development Centre, covering Latin America and South East Asia.
Alejandro earned a PhD in Economics from MIT, as well as an M.S. in Economic Policy, and an advanced degree in Civil Engineer (M.S. equivalent in Mathematics) from Universidad de Chile. Parallel to his main line of work, he has imparted courses at Science Po and Universidad de Chile.