Javier Santomá - IESE Business School
Javier Santomá is a professor of financial management at IESE Business School. He holds degrees in economics, law and a Ph.D. in managerial economics from Wharton, University of Pennsylvania. In addition to his academic work, he is the academic director of the International Faculty Development Program and a member of the Lagos Business School-IESE Advisory Committee and the IESE-Strathmore Business School Advisory Committee.
Professor Santomá is founder and former president of AMPLE, an association focused on expanding freedom in education. He has published extensively and has coauthored the following books: Finance for Managers, Cash Management and E-Finance. His current research focuses on the impact of financial systems on low income populations.
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