Javier Milei


Javier Milei is Argentina’s first-ever libertarian president. He is a graduate in Economics from the University of Belgrano. He completed a postgraduate degree in Economic Theory at the Institute of Economic and Social Development and a postgraduate degree in Economics at the Universidad Torcuato Di Tella.

He is the author of over 50 academic articles, nearly 500 journalistic articles in Argentina's most important media outlets, and the author of 16 books, including "Readings of Economics in Times of Kirchnerism," "The Return to the Path of Argentine Decline," "Unmasking the Keynesian Lie," "Race Against the Clock Economic Policy," "Here We Go Again," and "Freedom, Freedom, and Freedom." The latter three were written in collaboration with Diego Giacomini.

He has served as chief economist of Máxima AFJP, coordinator of the Broda Study, and advisor to the Argentine government at the CIADI.

Additionally, he has worked as chief economist of the Acordar Foundation, as a member of the B20, as a member of the International Chamber of Commerce's Economic Policy Group (advising the G20 on economic policy design), and as a member of the World Economic Forum on topics related to economic growth.

He specializes in economic growth with and without money. He has been a professor of Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Financial Theory, Economic Growth, and Mathematical Economics, both in universities in Argentina and abroad. He served as a tenured professor of Monetary Theory I and II at the University of Belgrano. 

In 2021 he collaborated with FEE en Español to deliver the largest talk on economic lessons in history with 10,000 attendees from all over the Americas.