Dr Gago-Saldaña is an expert in Public Policies, economic &
social based activities evaluation and impact analysis. He currently
consults for the World Bank on projects on innovation and
competitiveness in services promotion for Latin America.
David Gago-Saldaña received a PhD in Economics from the University
of Alcalá (European Mention) and was awarded the XI Victor Mendoza
Prize for the Best Thesis by the Institute of Economic Studies in 2010.
He holds an MsC in Economics from the University of Warwick (UK) and a
degree in Economics from the University of Alcalá (Spain, Prize of
Excellence). He is author of more than 25 publications at both at
national and international level in the fields of economic analysis,
innovation in services (particularly the educational sector) and
Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs) and their impacts.
He was formerly advisor for the State Secretary for
Telecommunications and the Information Society (SSTIS) in Spain
(2008-2010) and Director of Analysis and Outlook at Fundación Centro
Superior para la Enseñanza Virtual (CSEV) (2011-2014).
He has also worked as a researcher & consultant for Red2Red
Consultores (2006-2008) and Centro de Estudios Económicos Tomillo
(2002-2006). Currently, David is lecturer at San Pablo – CEU
You may visit David’s extended professional profile on LinkedIn.