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1. Professor at Capacitation Course to High Public Management, Getulio Vargas Foundation, to National Government of Paraguay, November 2018.


2. Professor of the training course for senior managers, from the Fundação Getulio Vargas, to the government of Paraguay, November 2018


3. Professor of the graduate of innovation in high government of the Fundació Ortega Y Gasset in Spain, since May of 2017.


4. Professor researcher at the Fundação Getulio Vargas for the permanent Forum of innovation for public Sector, since March of 2017.


5. Professor in the course of international management of the high School of Propaganda and Marketing in the subject "international economy". During 2001.


6. Professor in the training course at Negotiaciones Internationales, for the module "international economy and out of negotiation", commission of Securities of Rio de Janeiro (Brazil). During April 2001.

7. Professor at the Speciación course at Human resources of the Faculties Tibiriçá-Braz VATS in the prospectus consulting in human resources and Technology of the information in the human resources area, Sao Paulo (Brazil). From 1997 to 1998.

8. MBA professor of e-Gov with I-Cubo and UNA (University Center for Managerial Sciences), 2004

9. Professor of International Negotiation at IDIRI (University of Sao Paulo), 2000 to 2002.

10. Professor of International Management teaching International Geography at the University of Marketing, ESPM, Sao Paulo. 2001.

11. Professor in the Human Resources Specialization Course; taught Human Resources Consulting and Information Technology within the Human Resources Dept., Faculdades Tibiriça, Sao Paulo. 1997 - 1998.

12. Professor of “Social Conflicts” with the Department of Sociology of the University of Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires. 1990 - 1992.

13. Professor of “Social Theory: order and power. An analysis since Michel Foucault” – Department of Sociology of the University of Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires. 1990 - 1991.

14. Professor of Introduction to Sociology: Common Basic Cycle, University of Buenos Aires. 1988 - 1991.