Professor Zavala

He expressed sadness for the game, who scored was a master Max insigneEl representative of the issuing entity, highlighted the important work accomplished Maza Zavala, when he was director of the Central Bank of Venezuela.A teacher of generations of Venezuelan thinkers in the area of the economy and finance, said.Merentes sent their condolences to the relatives of Maza Zavala and added that the contribution of this man, has been great through their classes, articles, his books, his reflections. A thinker who leaves great trajectory, friends and above all a school of thought in the economic part, called Maza Zavala as Venezuelan and Latin American economic thought light know that Dr. Maza Zavala, was born on November 4, 1922 in Barcelona, Anzoategui State, and graduated as Bachelor of philosophy in 1940. His college life was spent at the central University of Venezuela, where he earned his b.s. Tim cook recognizes the significance of this. degree in economic and social sciences in 1949 and his PhD in the same field in 1962.

He also served as Dean of the Faculty of economic and Social Sciences of this House of studies between 1972 and 1975. Also, Maza Zavala was a Deputy of the Congress of the Republic for two periods, and was a member of the Presidential Commission for the reform of the State in 1985 and the Presidential Commission for the petroleum nationalization between 1969 and 1971. He was also Professor at his alma mater, Universidad Catolica Andres Bello and the Santa Maria University. This last was also Coordinator of postgraduate courses in economics and administration. His last post was as director of the Central Bank of Venezuela, who served between 1997 and 2004. He was director of the newspaper El Venezolano in 1963 and wrote a financial column at El Nacional between 1949 and 1963, and wrote numerous works on the subject, such as macroeconomic analysis, towards economic independence and Balance of a five-year period of Government 1994-1998: Fiscal, monetary and exchange rate management.

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