Francisco Sagasti: 10 books by the President of the Republic that explain his way of thinking | Congress | presidential vacancy | We are

After the resignation of Manuel Merino and the election of a new Board of Directors of Congress, assumed the presidency of the Republic. The former congressman took the reins of the country in a transitional government that will last until July 28, 2021.

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Sagasti has a vast academic and professional career: he studied Industrial Engineering at UNI, has a master’s degree in the same discipline from the University of Pennsylvania, and a doctorate from the Wharton School of Business. Throughout his life, however, he has done a bit of everything: he has been a researcher, teacher, author, congressman and even music composer.

One of his main areas of interest is science and technology. In fact, he has a series of publications on the subject: Knowledge and Development: Essays on Science and Technology (1988), An uncertain search. Science, technology and development (1996) and A persistent challenge. Science, technology and innovation policies in Peru in the XXI century (2017).

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He has also published books related to topics such as government, democracy and society. More details in the gallery of the note. //


Francisco Sagasti breaks when closing his presidential speech with a Poem by César Vallejo


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