Javier Milei continues to add economists to his team. Now he confirmed that Dario Epstein will join the Council of Economic Advisers with which he is working.
Epstein is director of Research for Traders and a specialist in capital markets. He is a visiting professor and advisor to the Venture Capital Center of the University of Michigan, consultant and financial strategist.
"Today we are adding to the President's Council of Economic Advisers @DarioEpstein, a specialist in financial issues and capital markets," tweeted the candidate of Libertad Avanza.
Epstein will join Milei's team of economic advisers, which already includes two former Menem officials: Carlos Rodriguez and Roque Fernandez.
Carlos Rodríguez will be the head of the Council of Economic Advisers of his Government, which will also be integrated by Roque Fernández, who was president of the Central Bank and Minister of Economy in the 90s.
Between July 1996 and 1998, Rodriguez was head of the Cabinet of Advisers to the Minister of Economy and Secretary of Economic Policy in the Menem administration.
Rodríguez and Roque Fernández worked together at CEMA and both also have a past as students at the University of Chicago.
Another economist who is within the Milei project is the Cordovan Diana Mondino, who will be a candidate for deputy.
Mondino is 64 years old and has an extensive career as an economist in the private sector. Her curriculum includes a master's degree in Economics and Business Management from the University of Navarra, as well as her current position as Director of Institutional Affairs and Professor of Finance at CEMA University.
She is Director of Institutional Relations and Professor of Finance in the Master in Business Administration and Master in Finance of the CEMA University.