Antonio Argandoña is Emeritus Professor of Economics and Business Ethics at IESE. He received his PhD in Economics (summa cum laude) from the University of Barcelona in 1969.
A Professor of Foundations of Economic Analysis (retired), he has taught at the Universities of Barcelona, Malaga and Navarra.
He is a member of Spain’s Royal Academy of Economics and Finance (Real Academia de Ciencias Económicas y Financieras); chairman of the Committee on Standards and Professional Ethics of the Economists Association of Catalonia (Col·legi d’Economistes de Catalunya); member of the Commission on Corporate Social Responsibility and Anti-Corruption of the International Chamber of Commerce of Paris; and he serves on the ethics committees of several financial institutions, and business and media associations, as well as on the editorial boards of several international scientific journals.
He received the Gold Medal of the University of Navarra in 2016 and was named Collegiate of Merit of the College of Economists of Catalonia in 2005, among other awards.
Author of numerous books and articles on macroeconomics, Spanish and European economy, business ethics, corporate social responsibility and corporate governance.