Felix Fuders , Institute of Economics, Universidad Austral de Chile, Chile
Master of Arts in International Business Administration. Ph.D. in Economics and Social Sciences (both University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany). Professor and researcher at the Universidad Austral de Chile. Currently he serves as Director of the Economics Institute as well as Director of SPRING Latin America, a master-of-science program in development planning for growing economies. Director of the Economic Policy chapter of the Transdisciplinary Research Center for Socio Ecological Strategies for Forest Conservation (TESES). He has been a visiting professor at University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany and at University of Applied Sciences Münster, Germany and visiting researcher at the RLC Campus at University of Bonn, Germany.
Felix Fuders is author and co-author of numerous publications regarding Regional Economic Integration (EU and MERCOSUR), Regulatory Economics as well as Ecological Economics and Monetary Policy. He developed an endogenous development index that builds on the Human-Scale-Development-approach and measures development based on the subjective perception of the satisfaction of fundamental human needs. Co-author of the book “La Evolución Sostenible II – Apuntes para una salida razonable”, which was elaborated in cooperation with researchers form Universidad Mondragón (Spain) and Manfred Max-Neef (Right Livelihood Award 1983). Lastly, he has authored a series of papers and book chapters on the subject of regional currencies as instrument for a decentralized and sustainable regional development.
Felix Fuders is the chairman of the Foundation Natural Economic Order (www.inwo.de), Frankfort, member of the Association for Sustainability, Berlin and the Network Sustainable Economics, Berlin. He has published in internationally renowned publishing houses such as Palgrave MacMillan, Springer, HART Publishing or Duncker & Humblot and is a regular speaker at congresses and scientific meetings at national and international levels.
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