Jorge E. Muro Arbulú

Doctor in Physics (National University of La Plata), graduated in Negotiation and Leadership from Harvard University. He has been a scientific researcher of the Peruvian Institute of Nuclear Energy and founding manager of the Office of Nuclear Projects of the Industrial Service of the Navy (SIMA Peru).

He has advised and negotiated for various US companies, Japan, South Korea, among others, having participated together with Harvard professors, Roger Fisher and Howard Raiffa, in the Peru-Ecuador peace treaty.

As a professor, he has taught at the Pasteur Institute (Paris), IBM International among other leading organizations. He is a professor in the chairs of Strategic Decision Making: Game Theory or conflict strategy, Statistical Methods, Negotiation and Leadership and Project Management among other subjects in different universities.

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