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Un pacto de gobernabilidad hubiera evitado esta derrota y generado más certidumbre al sector privado para volver a invertir. Sergio Berensztein @SBerensztein

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    Sergio Berensztein

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    PhD in Political Science (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill) and BA in History (UBA). He obtained a Certificate of Research in Social Sciences at CEDES (Centro de Estidios de Estado y Sociedad). He is the President of Berensztein® (, a political and strategic analysis consulting firm that he founded in 2014, with a regional and comparative perspective based on rigorous and innovative research methods, both traditional (qualitative and quantitative) and big data. In it, he works with some of the main leaders of Argentina and the region, both in the public and private sectors, helping them to understand the changing domestic and global environment and to make decisions in a context of high uncertainty. He usually gives lectures and master classes inside and outside Argentina, both in Spanish and English. He is also the Academic Director of the Institute of Neurosciences and Public Policy of Fundación INECO and teaches in the Master’s Program in Business at the School of Economic Sciences of the University of Buenos Aires. Since the beginning of 2019, he was appointed President of IPS (International Pres Service) for Latin America.


    He was Director of the Master’s Degree in Public Policy and Professor of different programs at the Torcuato Di Tella University (1997-2017), where he was a member of the Board of Directors between 2012 and 2014. He was also a guest professor at academic institutions abroad, such as Duke, Georgetown, Stanford, Princeton, New Mexico, FLACSO (Mexico), CIDE (Mexico) and Salamanca (Spain). He is the author of the books Después de la globalización. La disrupción del sistema internacional y la incertidumbre como norma (El Ateneo, 2020, to be published) and ¿Somos todos peronistas? (El Ateneo, 2019). He is also co-author of the books La 125: el conflicto con el campo. El origen de la grieta y la primera revuelta fiscal de la historia argentina (Planeta/Margen Izquierdo, 2020 por aparecer), together with María Elisa Peirano; Por qué fracasan todos los gobiernos (Ateneo, 2018) together with Marcos Buscaglia, Dueños del éxito: Cómo lograr una Argentina competitiva, inclusiva y próspera (Edicon, 2017) together with Alberto Schuster, 125 Años del Banco Nación (Banco Nación, 2016), together with Luis Secco, El poder narco: Droga, inseguridad y violencia en Argentina (Sudamericana, 2014), together with Eugenio Burzaco, 100 años de Deloitte en Argentina (Deloitte, 2008), together with Luis Secco and El país que queremos. Principles, strategy and agenda to achieve a better Argentina (Temas, 2006) together with Horacio Rodríguez Larreta and Federico Sturzenegger. In addition, he published more than 20 academic articles in specialized magazines and chapters in edited volumes.


    He is a political columnist for the newspaper La Nación, the news channel TN, the site ar and radio Cadena 3. He was co-conductor of the programs “Emergencia Intelectual” (A24, 2017), “Vuelo de Regreso” (FM Milenium, 2018 and 2019) and “Política y Pelotas” (AM 990, 2005-2019). He was also a panelist of “Animales Sueltos” (América TV) and political columnist of A24 (2016 and 2017). He published opinion columns in the newspapers Perfil and La Gaceta (2014-2017). He was editor of the website between 2012 and 2016.

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