Santiago López

Santiago López

Departamento de Gestión Empresarial y Estrategia


Office hours: Monday to Friday, by appointment

  • Professor of Economics and Business Administration


  • Postgraduate studies in Business administration; ICADE
  • Master Business Administration; Universidad Complutense
  • Bachelor of Arts International business; Lincoln University
  • Advanced Diploma in Foreign Trade; UNED
  • Bachelor Degree Latin American Studies; Universidad Complutense


Areas of interest and research

  • International business-economics
  • Latin America
  • Business administration


Short biography

Professor López began his career working for a multinational firm related to foreign trade-logistics where he was working at different positions for a period of twenty years which brings a strong business professional background

In 2006 he started teaching different topics of International economics and Business administration (ESE, CIS, EUDE, Nebrija)

Santiago Lopez usually collaborates with articles on Business and is part of an innovative project focused on Latin American business administration issues



  • Business Strategy. International Business Strategy. Pontificia Comillas University of Madrid (2005)
  • Business Quality and corporate culture, dissertation. Humberside&Lincolnshire/ University. (Madrid/U.K) (English) (2001)
  • Latin America and International business environment



  • Different articles in “Cuadernos Esine” about Business Administration Strategies and Market subjects
  • “Brazil: Business environment in an Emerging country”. Observatorio de economía Latinoamericana. +link
  •  “International logistics and economic globalization”. Contribuciones a la Economía.  +link
  • “Latin America: Economic strategies in a global economy”. Cuadernos Latinoamericanos de Administración. Universidad El Bosque, Bogotá-Colombia.
  • “Economic globalization and competitive strategies”. Contribuciones a la Economía. +link
  • “Latin America and Spain: Economic globalization and multicultural diversity”. Observatorio de economía latinoamericana. +link
  • “International logistics in Spain: Competitive advantages”. +link
  • “The quest for resilience”. Revista Universidad Pontificia Comillas-Icade. Review G. Hamel and L.Valikangas. (May-August, 2004).