María Fernanda Tamborini
School of Administration and Business
University of San Andres
María Fernanda Tamborini has a degree in Economics from the National University of Rosario, a Master's Degree in Economics and Industrial Development from the National University of General Sarmiento and is currently a PhD candidate in Economics from the National University of Rosario. She is a professor at the School of Business Administration where she teaches classes in Entrepreneurship courses in undergraduate and postgraduate courses and in the Business Plan Workshop.She is a mentor and academic assistant of the ProEmprendimiento Program and guest specialist of the Business Education Center of the UdeSA in courses of business creation, marketing and strategy.He has worked on consulting and research projects at the Mediterranean Foundation (Coastal Subsidiary), at the Economic Research Institute of the Faculty of Economic Sciences and Statistics of the UNR, at the Institute of Industry of the UNGS, at the Secretariat of Production , Foreign Trade and Employment of the Municipality of Rosario, in CIPPEC, in the Tourism Secretariat of Salta and for the IDB-MIF in the Program for the Promotion of New Growth-Oriented Enterprises, among others.He has written several researches and chapters in books in the area of Business Creation, and has developed more than 10 teaching cases on the subject of entrepreneurs, of which one was published by the Harvard Business Review. In addition, he participates as an external reviewer of Cladea - Balas Case Consortium.