Fander Falconí

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Fander Falconí Benitez

Fander Falconí Benitez (born 19 September 1962), is an Ecuadorian economist and politician. He served as Foreign Minister (known in Ecuador as "Chancellor") in the government of President Rafael Correa from December 2008 until his resignation on 13 January 2010 because of the Yasuní oil project.

On 23 May 2017 he was named Minister of Education in the cabinet of Lenín Moreno.[citation needed]

He studied Economics in Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador.

References[edit]


Further reading[edit]

  • Alberto Acosta; Fander Falconí (2005). Asedios a lo imposible: propuestas económicas en construcción. Flacso-Sede Ecuador. ISBN 978-9978-67-105-4.
  • Alberto Acosta; Fander Falconí (2005). TLC, más que un tratado de libre comercio. Flacso-Sede Ecuador. ISBN 978-9978-67-096-5.
  • Fander Falconí; Marcelo Hercowitz; Roldán Muradian (2004). Globalización y desarrollo en América Latina. FLACSO, Sede Ecuador. ISBN 978-9978-67-080-4.

External links[edit]