Thomas Baumert (Germany, 1976) holds a PhD in Economics (Extraordinary Prize and mention "doctor europeus") from the Complutense University of Madrid. He holds degrees in Business Administration and Management (University of Reutlingen and ICADE), Political Science and Sociology (UNED), and a Master's degree in International Relations (I.U. Ortega y Gasset-UCM), as well as courses and postgraduate degrees from the universities of Oxford, Harvard, London School of Economics and George Washington. Professor at the CES "Cardenal Cisneros" (UCM) and the Nebrija University, he has focused his research on the following areas: economics of innovation, economics of terrorism, history of economic thought -specially the life and work of Heinrich von Stackelberg-, as well as the economic analysis of prize law. In all of these areas, he has published numerous publications with national and international impact.

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