Agustin Mackinlay has a truly impressive wealth of international experience. His further education studies began with a bachelor's in economics from the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, before continuing with a master's in international economics from Kiel Institut für Weltwirtschaft, Germany and culminating with a master's in American Studies from the University of Amsterdam. As a result, he has an excellent command of English, Dutch and German as well as his two mother tongues, French and Spanish.
Professionally, Mackinley has experience working as a financial consultant, in addition to 15 years of experience as an economist in a private investment bank. His lecturing experience began in Argentina in 1995, before he taught in the Netherlands and ultimately arrived at our Barcelona campus, where he continues to lecture on many aspects of finance. Mackinlay is a published author in French and Spanish on topics such as globalization, as in "The History of the Two Indias", and a study on Mariano Moreno. He has received an array of awards, honors and recognitions for his academic work and journalism.
"The harder you practice, the luckier you get."
University of Amsterdam: master's in American studies
Kiel Institut für Weltwirtschaft: Advanced Studies in International Economics
University of Buenos Aires: bachelor's in economics
Self-employed: Consultant for Global Financial Markets
Banco Privado de Inversiones: Economist
EU Business School: Lecturer of Corporate Finance; Marketing for the Financial Services; Bank & Treasury Management; Security Analysis; Ethics in the Financial World; Mathematics of Finance; Finance; Business Finance II; International Finance; Corporate Finance
University of Leiden: Associate Professor in International Political Economy
ESEADE: Lecturer of Economics