Pablo Biderbost

Founding Partner of Biderbost, Boscán & Rochin (BB&R)

Professor at the Pontifical University Comillas (Madrid). Researcher at the Iberoamerica Studies Institute in the University of Salamanca. Member of the Governing Board of the Chamber of Commerce of Peru in Spain.

He has worked for the Argentinean Institute of Corporate Social Responsibility and for the Inter-American Institute of Human Rights. He has been a consultant for the World Bank, European Union, Inter-American Development Bank, UNESCO and International Organization for Migration. He is a member of the Jury of the Calvez Prize to the Civic Responsibility of the Social-Ecumenic Forum.

He has been Visiting Researcher at the Colegio de la Frontera Norte (Mexico) and at Nuffield College of the University of Oxford (United Kingdom). He has taught at the University of Salamanca, Pontifical University of Salamanca, University of Tübingen, Autonomous University of Baja California, Catholic University of Cordoba, Catholic University of Salta and Universidad Argentina de la Empresa. He specializes in e-government, social innovation, social responsibility and migration policies. He has a PhD in Political Science at the University of Salamanca. He has a Master`s degree in Latin American Studies (University of Salamanca). He has a postgraduate course in Design and Evaluation of Public Policies by FLACSO. He has a Bachelor`s degree in Political Science (Catholic University of Cordoba).

 


 

Guillermo Boscán

Founding Partner of Biderbost, Boscán & Rochin (BB&R)

Professor at the Master in Image and Political Consulting, Camilo José Cela University (Madrid). Professor at the Law School and Political Science School at the Rafael Urdaneta University.

He has been a consultant for the International Organization for Migration, European Union, Inter-American Development Bank and the United Nations Development Programme. He has been a researcher at the Iberoamerica Studies Institute of the University of Salamanca. He was Associate Researcher at the Trinity College (University of Dublin).

He has been an external advisor for different electoral campaigns in Latin America and Spain. His research interests are statistical model of electoral behaviour and vote prediction. Author of the book: “Broken Democracy? Analysis of the Venezuelan democracy during the coup d'etat in April 2002”. He has participated in the prestigious methodological school “Empirical Implications of Theoretical Models” (Europe, 2009). He is a member of the European Association of Methodology. He has a PhD in Political Science at the University of Salamanca. He has a Master`s degree in Latin American Studies (University of Salamanca). He has a Bachelor`s degree in Law (University of Zulia) and a Bachelor`s degree in Political Science (Rafael Urdaneta University).

 


 

Nalia Rochin

Founding Partner of Biderbost, Boscán & Rochin (BB&R)

Professor at Autonomous University of Baja California and Valle de México University. Researcher in different projects related to local development, public administration and US-Mexico relations (with funds of the Colegio de la Frontera Norte and Autonomous University of Baja California). Former member of the migration research programme (Iberoamerica Studies Institute of the University of Salamanca). She has been consultant for the Inter-American Development Bank.

Her work focuses on international cooperation as a catalyst of political development in Latin America. She has a Master degree in International Economy (University of Guadalajara) and a postgraduate course in Latin American Studies (University of Salamanca). She has a Bachelor`s degree in International Relations (Autonomous University of Baja California). Winner of the Autonomous University of Baja California Prize for undergraduate students.