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consultant , Economics educator

Carlos Fernando Hidalgo, American economics educator, consultant. Scholar Institute Hispanic Culture, 1961-1964. With United States Army, 1956-1958. Member American Economic Association, Business Association Latin American Studies, Colegio de Economistas Madrid, Delta Sigma Pi, Sigma Delta Pi, Pi Gamma Nu, Theta Chi.

Background

Hidalgo, Carlos Fernando was born on September 24, 1933 in Leon, Nicaragua. Came to the United States, 1946. Son of Carlos Fernando and María Luisa (Martínez-Ferrera) Hidalgo.

Education

Bachelor, Vanderbilt University, 1956. Master of Arts, University Americans, Mexico City, 1960. Doctor of Philosophy, U Complutense Madrid, 1963.

Graduate, Spanish School Diplomacy, Madrid, 1964. Graduate college management program, Carnegie Mellon University, 1980.

Career

Economist/market analyst Center American Bank Economic Integration, 1964-1965. Economic advisor Government of Nicaragua, 1967-1968. Assistant professor business University Pacific, Stockton, California, 1968-1970.

Associate professor economics New Mexico Highlands University, Las Vegas, 1970-1973. Visiting professor economics School Political Science and Sociology, University Complutense Madrid, 1973-1974. Senior specialist in international trade Organization of American States, Washington and Guatemala, 1974-1977.

Associate professor business and economics Plymouth State College, University New Hampshire, 1977-1981. Professor, chairman department business and economics Hawthorne College, Antrim, New Hampshire, 1981-1982. Assistant professor business and economics Inter American University Puerto Rico, Hato Rey, 1965-1967, dean school business and economics, 1983-1985.

Professor business and economics Trinity College, Washington, 1986-1988. Guest professor National Open University, Madrid, since 1988. Consultant Office of Economic Opportunity, Las Vegas, 1971-1973, Home Education and Livelihood Program, Las.

Vegas, 1971, School Business, University Queretaro, Mexico, Organization of American States, summer 1979, Private Sector Organization Jamaica, 1984. Visiting professor Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, 1999.

Membership

With United States Army, 1956-1958. Member American Economic Association, Business Association Latin American Studies, Colegio de Economistas Madrid, Delta Sigma Pi, Sigma Delta Pi, Pi Gamma Nu, Theta Chi.

Connections

Married Julia Ray, July 24, 1963. Children: Julia M., María L.

father:
Carlos Fernando Hidalgo

mother:
María Luisa (Martínez-Ferrera) Hidalgo

spouse:
Julia Ray

child:
Julia M. Hidalgo

child:
María L. Hidalgo