Prof. Walter Castro

Walter Castro is a Doctor in Economics from the ESEADE University Institute; Master’s Degree in Economics from the same institution and Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the Universidad del CEMA. He is a National Public Accountant from the National University of Rosario (UNR).
He has been an Ordinary Professor of Undergraduate and Graduate Studies for more than 25 years at the Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina (UCA Rosario), where he also coordinates the Chair of Economics.

He is in charge of the Directorate of Academic Affairs of the Fundación Libertad. Likewise, he works as coordinator of the “Ideas for Freedom” Program, co-organized with Liberty Fund of the USA. He is also Professor of Economics in the Graduate course in Agribusiness.

He is Titular Professor of the Degree in the Chair of Institutions of the Degree in Economics of the University of the Latin American Educational Center. In addition, he is Titular Professor of Postgraduate by Competition at the UNR, and teaches the subject “”Macroeconomics”” in the Master of Business Management of the Faculty of Engineering. In 2017 he was appointed Professor of the UCA.

Having already served more than 25 years in specialized journalism, he currently conducts his radio program “”El Regreso”” on Fisherton CNN on a daily basis, and participates weekly as an economic columnist for a television program broadcast by Cablevisión.

Since 1992 he has been a Founding Partner of “Castro y Fernández”, a Consultant specialized in business advice and reengineering.

He was a Founding Member of the Tax Studies Forum and a Member of the Rosarina Society of Ethical Studies. He is a member of the Mont Pelerin Society and the Adam Smith Society.
He is a Visiting Professor at the Francisco Marroquín University of Guatemala, in its Public Choice Chair, and a Guest Professor at the Institutions Chair of the Master in Economics at the OMMA Center for Higher Studies. He is a Professor at Cato University and a frequent director and participant in the Liberty Fund Colloquia.