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economist , educator

Daniel Arias-Aranda, Spanish economist, educator. Achievements include research in simulation in business management teaching; research in relationship between strategy, flexibility and performence in engineering consulting firms. Scholar, Spanish Ministry of Education, 1994. Member of Spanish Association Business Research.

Background

Arias-Aranda, Daniel was born on May 15, 1972 in Madrid. Son of Manuel Arias-Molina and Dolores Aranda-Robledano.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Economics, University Carlos III de Madrid, 1995. Doctor of Philosophy in Economics and Business Management, University Complutense de Madrid, 1999.

Career

Lecturer on business management University Complutense de Madrid, Madrid, 1997—1999. Professor business management University Granada, Spain, since 1999. Simulations expert Business Marketing School, Madrid, since 1999.

Lecturer European program for new European Union members University Bratislava, Slovakia, 2002—2005. Secretary department business management University Granada, 2003—2005.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in simulation in business management teaching. Research in relationship between strategy, flexibility and performence in engineering consulting firms.

Membership

Member of Spanish Association Business Research.

Connections

Married Adolfina García-Valverde, July 14, 2001.

father:
Manuel Arias-Molina

mother:
Dolores Aranda-Robledano

spouse:
Adolfina García-Valverde