Jorge Fantuzzi Majlis


Specializing in Industrial Organization, particularly in antitrust cases and in applications for the quantum of damages, he has worked on the design, implementation and impact assessment of public and social policies.

He previously served as a cabinet advisor in Chile’s Ministry of Social Development and he has worked as an economic analyst at Chile’s Tribunal for the Defense of Free Competition (TDLC).

He was also professor of “An Introduction to Economics” and “Productivity Policies” at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, professor of “Industrial Organization” at Universidad de los Andes and Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez.

Academic Background
  • Master of Public Policy, University of Chicago.

  • Master in Economics with a major in Industrial Organization, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.

  • Business Management with a major in Economics, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.

Awards and Honors
  • Scholar at the Hoover IP Summer Teaching Institute on the Economics and Politics of Regulation, 2017.

  • Scholar at Becas Chile (Chilean government scholarship for studies abroad), 2014.

  • “100 young leaders” in Sábado magazine, 2011.

  • Free Society Award for the best postgraduate thesis of the year, 2008.

  • Editor of the book “Family Ethical Income: innovating in the fight against poverty” (Spanish), 2013.

  • Editor of the book “In search of lost productivity” (Spanish), 2018.