Julio Jose Prado Lucio-Paredes

Julio Jose Prado Lucio-Paredes

Presidente del Directorio / Director Ejecutivo

Asociación de Bancos Privados del Ecuador

ACADEMIC BACKGROUND:

2011-2014: 
PhD In Management and Economics at LancasterUniversity Management School (UK)

2006: 
Master in Business 
IDE Business School, Quito (Ecuador)

2004: 
Bachelor of science in Business Management/Int. Commerce UDLA, Quito.

2002: 
Bachelor in Economics, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador, Quito  

RELEVANT PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: 

• Teaching fellow and member of the “Microeconomics of Competitiveness” network, created by Michael Porter and Harvard Business School (from 2008 to present)
• Research Director at IDE Business School. (from 2008 to 2012)
• IDE´s economic monthly magazine director (from 2003 to 2012)
• Full-time lecturer at IDE Business School (managerial economics and competitiveness). (From 2006 to present).
• Consultant for the Ecuadorian Government in projects related to Competitiveness and industry analysis (various projects).
• Host of the TV Show “Perspectiva TV”on Cable (available at www.youtube.com/pradojj) from 2008 to 2009.
• Magazine EKOS, economic editor (1998 to 2000)

CASE STUDIES AND TECHNICAL NOTES (written for IDE Business School graduate programs)

Imperfect Markets
• Case: The diamond market illusion (2007).
• Case: The Market for lemons and other imperfections (2007).
• Simulation: Fixing Prices in the Pharmaceutical Market (2008).

Supply and Demand:
• Case: Expectations in Ecuador during the summer of 2007 (2008)
• Case: Moratec, the optimal price and quantity dilemma (2009).
• Teaching Note: Widespread economic doubts (2007). 

Macroeconomics
• Case: The NINJA Crisis (2009)

Competitiveness 
• Exercise: National accounts and our “Dutch disease”

AWARDS:

Recognized by “America Economía” magazine as one of the 15th best lecturers among Latin-American Business School in 2012.

Winner: PhD research competition at Lancaster University Management School (July-2012).

General Session #8- The efforts that Latin American banking is developing on Cybersecurity and how to integrate them into a continental network (Spanish)