Emilio Lamo De Espinosa
Professor of Sociology in Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Emilio Lamo de Espinosa (Madrid, 1946) holds a BA and Juris Doctor with Honors from the Complutense University (1973) and Doctor in Sociology, Ph.D. University of California-UCSB (1979), where he continued his studies from 1972 to 1975 and has been Visiting Professor.
He was Director General of Universities at the Ministry of Education and Science from 1982 to 1985 and Secretary General of the Council of Universities for the creation of this organization in 1985 until his resignation in 1987, at its request, the period during which it is responsible for the development development and implementation of the Spanish university reform.
He was a member of the Research Committee of the European University Institute (European University of Florence), advisor to the European Institute of Education and Social Policy (Paris), consultant to Burke-Emopública, Sofres, Sofemasa and Demoscopia, and member of the Higher Council of Statistics. He has been (or is) a member of the editorial boards of the Spanish Journal of Sociological Research, system, Revista de Occidente, International Journal of Sociology, Journal of Foreign Policy, Foreign Affairs (in Spanish) and Foreign Policy (in Spanish) .
From 1992-2002 he was director of the University Institute Ortega y Gasset.
He is currently Professor of Sociology at the Complutense University, Director of the Elcano Royal Institute of International and Strategic Studies and a regular columnist for the daily El Pais and ABC.
He is also a founding sponsor of the Council Foundation Spain-US Friendship and the Spanish chapter of Transparency International and a member of the Advisory Board of the Centre for Sociological Research (CIS) and the Trilateral.
He has published 18 books and over 100 scientific papers and many other outreach. In 1996 he received the Jovellanos Essay Prize for his book Corporate Culture, Science Societies (Ediciones Nobel, 1996). His latest book is titled Under fire doors. The new international disorder (Taurus, Madrid 2004.
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