Eduardo Rojas is an independent consultant on urban development and a lecturer on historic preservation at the School of Design of the University of Pennsylvania, USA.
He works regularly with the World Bank, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy of Cambridge, United States, and the Wold Bank Institute.
He is a former Principal Specialist in Urban Development and Housing at the Inter American Development Bank where he worked in the appraisal and implementation of housing, municipal and urban development loans and technical cooperation projects.
Mr Rojas also worked at the Regional Development Department of the Organization of American States, lectured at the Masters Degree Program in Urban Studies at the Catholic University of Chile and worked with the Urban Development Corporation of the Government of Chile.
He holds a degree in Architecture from the Catholic University of Chile, an M.Phil. in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Edinburgh, UK and a MBA from Johns Hopkins University in the USA.
Projeto individual de doutoramento
- Government Interventions for the Preservation of the Urban Heritage: The Case of Four World Heritage Sites of Latin America
- Mário Moutinho