Alberto Carrasquilla Barrera
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|Alberto Carrasquilla Barrera|
|66th Minister of Finance and Public Credit of Colombia|
20 June 2003 – 7 March 2007
|President||Álvaro Uribe Vélez|
|Preceded by||Roberto Junguito Bonnet|
|Succeeded by||Óscar Iván Zuluaga Escobar|
24 April 1959 |
Bogotá, D.C., Colombia
|Alma mater||University of the Andes (B.Sc.)
University of Illinois (M.Sc., Ph.D)
- Technical Manager of the Bank of the Republic
- Economist, Research leader for the Inter-American Development Bank.
- Dean of the Economics Department at the University of the Andes.
- Colombian Viceminister of Finance in 2002.
- Was elected President of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund Development Committee in 2005.
- elected President of the Andean Fomenting Corporation Directorate since 2006.
- (Inactive) member of the Latin American Financial Affairs Committee (CLAAF).
- As Minister of Finance and Public Credit receives an honorary membership to the Federación Nacional de Cafeteros de Colombia, President of the Executive Directorate of Bank of the Republic, member of the Executive Directorate of Ecopetrol and member of the Latin American Reserves Fund (FLAR)
- Was a weekly columnist of the Colombian newspaper of El Espectador and El Tiempo in Bogotá.
- Presidency of Colombia - Minister of Finance and Public Credit, Alberto Carrasquilla
- americaeconomica.com - Alberto Carrasquilla
- El Nuevo Herald - Colombia: Ministro de Hacienda confía consolidar logros
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