Roberto Kozulj

Roberto Kozulj

Roberto Kozulj

Born in Buenos Aires in 1950. His professional career began in 1974 at the office of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (CEPAL) in Buenos Aires, shortly after its creation. There he worked in the area of mathematical models for comparison of long-term development styles, forming part of a small interdisciplinary group. He continued in this line of research at the Center for Development Studies of the Central University of Venezuela between 1977 and 1979. Between 1980 and 1986 he partially abandoned academic activity and worked on issues related to urban and environmental planning as part of an international consulting group. In 1986 he returned to Argentina after attending a call to work from the Bariloche Foundation on the project "Economic aspects of human development", funded by the United Nations University. There he developed a vast career in topics related to energy and development, along with others linked to the design and study of global scenarios. Since 2011, he has been a professor at the Andean headquarters of the National University of Río Negro, where he is also vice chancellor since 2013.