Miguel von Hoegen
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Miguel von Hoegen is an economist who has served twice as the secretary of planning and once as vice-minister of urban and rural development in Guatemala. At Rafael Landivar University, he has been dean of the School of Economic Sciences, director of the Economics and Social Research Institute, head of the university seminar in social market economics, professor of economics and statistics, and a member of the Board of Trustees. He has written 50 publications in the fields of economics, social development, and community participation in local policies. He has an undergraduate degree from Rafael Landivar University and master's degrees from the University of New Mexico and from McMaster University.