Alberto Trejos

Professor of Economics at Instituto Centroamericano de Administración de Empresas

Alberto Trejos is a Professor of Economics at INCAE, in Costa Rica; previously he has been a faculty member at Northwestern University, and visiting faculty at the University of Michigan, and the Center of Hemispheric Policy. He served as Minister of Foreign Trade of Costa Rica, and in that capacity led the negotiation of CAFTA. Former President of CINDE, the Investment Board of Costa Rica, he is a Partner at CEFSA, a macroeconomic consultancy based in Costa Rica, and has acted as Consultant for business, governments and development organisations in dozens of countries in the Americas, Europe and Africa. He is also a member of the board in several leading Costa Rican corporations. His academic work has been sponsored by Fulbright and the National Science Foundation.