Jorge Enrique Velarde
Economy and Finance
Professor at the Department of Finance and Business Economics

Dr. Velarde is a Research Professor at the Department of Finance and Business Economics at EGADE Business School. His fields of teaching and research include macroeconomics and microeconomics, corporate finance, bond markets, and capital markets. He has published on various economic and financial themes, including various papers on the valuation of public companies listed on the Mexican Stock Exchange and case studies at a national and international level, including “México:¿Se hubiera podido prevenir la crisis de 1994?” and “Selling? That is easy".

In the corporate world, he has worked as an analyst at Vector Casa de Bolsa and as Deputy Director of Economic and Financial Studies at GBM Grupo Bursátil Mexicano. In the public sector, at the federal level, he was a member of the group of economic advisors of the Ministry of Economy. He has also been an economic and financial advisor to private companies and has participated as a mentor and consultant in company incubators and accelerators.

Dr. Velarde also belongs to several academic and professional associations, including the American Academy of Financial Management, the Association of Economists of Nuevo Leon, and the Mexican Institute of Finance Executives.

Dr. Velarde was Director of Academic Programs and Director of the Department of Finance and Business Economics of EGADE Business School, Director of the Enlace E+E: Emprendedores de Alto Valor program, as well as Director of the Business Park: Innovation for the Corporate Services at the Santa Fe Campus and Director of the Center of Business and Financial Consulting and Research on the Guadalajara Campus.

    • Ph.D. in Business Administration
      EGADE Business School and University of Texas at Austin
    • MBA
      Tecnológico de Monterrey