Chilean economist is distinguished by the Senate of Argentina and other entities in that country
Chilean economist Bernardo Javalquinto Lagos, was been honored this year for the second time by the Senate and others organizations in Argentina due to its contribution to the Integration of Economic Development in Latin America.
Javalquinto Lagos, has been highlighted by his defense in the eradication of poverty, moreover, the raise of awareness of caring for the planet and the environment, economic and social development in rural areas in the country.
Although born in New York, United States, his parents are Chilean and he is father a career diplomat.
While in Chile is not well known, the Argentina's Senate awarded him in 2008 with the same distinction. He has also been recognized, by the Argentina Federation of Municipalities, Federation of Municipalities and Local Government Associations and the Shalom Club, with the distinction "Governor Enrique Tomás Cresto" has "Leader in Development" for its contribution to Economic Development Integrated in Latin America in the city of Buenos Aires.
His father was the ambassador of Chile in Egypt, Enrique Javalquinto Markmann, and his mother Silvia Lagos Carmona graduated from law and archaeology.
After finishing his secondary studies in Chile (1979) returned to the U.S. to study at the University of Maryland, among others.
After obtaining several graduate programs in the country decides to return to Chile and he is currently working in one of his greatest achievements the "New Alexandria Lighthouse of the World", the Center for Latin American Research & Development (CIDTEL), a foundation dedicated to the creation of knowledge and improvement human behavior, research, development, innovation, entrepreneurship and social businesses.