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Enrique J. Rueda-Sabater

CGD, BCG & ESADE (visiting fellow at the Center for Global Development, senior advisor to The Boston Consulting Group and lecturer on scenarios and strategy at ESADE)

Enrique J. Rueda-Sabater is currently a senior advisor to The Boston Consulting Group (BCG), a visiting fellow at the Center for Global Development and a lecturer on Scenarios and Strategy at ESADE (Barcelona). He is also a strategic advisor in two start-ups in the technology field.

His professional experience includes five years as director, Strategy and Economics (Emerging Markets) at CISCO Systems and two decades at The World Bank—with wide-ranging assignments. His last role at the World Bank was as director of Corporate Strategy.

He is a co-author of the BCG reports The Private Sector Opportunity to Improve Well-Being; Think You Need An Emerging Market Strategy? Why Well-Being Should Drive Growth Strategies (2015) and From Wealth to Well-being (2012). Other publications include "The Evolving Internet: A Framework for Thinking About Its Future and Four Scenarios to 2025" (Strategy & Leadership, January 2011), ICT and the Sustainable Competitiveness of Cities (published by the World Economic Forum in the 2010 editions of the GITR), “Fundamental Principles of Global Governance” (Governance Journal: July 2009) and Rehearsing for the Future: The World and Development in 2020 (World Bank, 2006).

Enrique is a dual Spanish and US citizen, married with two sons. His education includes Business and Economics at Deusto and ESADE (in Spain) leading to the equivalent of a BA in Business Economics and MBA; an MSc in Agricultural Economics and Policy at the University of Reading; doctoral studies (ABD) in Economics and Agricultural Economics at Pennsylvania State University; and executive education programs of the London Business School and of the Chicago, Harvard, Oxford and Stanford universities.

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