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economist , educator

Manuel Landajo, Spanish economist, educator. Achievements include research in results on universal approximation and statistical learning capabilities of fuzzy systems. Member of International Society for Fuzzy Sets and Economics (associate), ASEPELT Espana (associate).

Background

Landajo, Manuel was born on October 31, 1969 in Aviles, Asturias, Spain. Son of Manuel Landajo and Margarita Alvarez.

Education

Master of Business Administration, University Oviedo, Spain, 1991. Doctor of Philosophy in Economics, University Oviedo, Spain, 1999.

Career

Associate lecturer in statistics and econometrics department applied economics University Oviedo, 1992—2001, full lecturer statistics and econometrics department applied economics, since 2001. Referee Revista Asturiana de Economia, Oviedo, 1999—1999. Referee for science works Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Transactions on Fuzzy Systems, New Jersey, 2000—2002.

Referee Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part B, New Jersey, 2001—2001, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Transactions on Neural Networks, New Jersey, 2001—2001, International Journal Systems Science, Sheffield, 2001—2001, European Journal Operational Research, Netherlands, 2008, Computers & operations Research, Netherlands, 2009. Member organizing committee XIVth Annual ASEPELT Meeting, Oviedo, 2000—2000.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in results on universal approximation and statistical learning capabilities of fuzzy systems.

Membership

Member of International Society for Fuzzy Sets and Economics (associate), ASEPELT Espana (associate).

Connections

father:
Manuel Landajo

mother:
Margarita Alvarez