Moisés Naím is one of the most widely read columnists in the Spanish language. His weekly columns on world reality are published by the main newspapers in Latin America as well as by El País in Spain and La Repubblica in Italy. In 2011, he received the Ortega y Gasset Award, the most prestigious award in Spanish journalism.
Naím serves as a Distinguished Fellow of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington, DC and is the director and host of The Naím Effect , a weekly international television show broadcast in the United States and Latin America on NTN24/DirecTV as well as several national channels in different countries. In 2013, Naím was included by the British magazine Prospect in the list of the most outstanding intellectuals in the world and has been recognized as a "global thought leader" by the Gottlieb Duttweiler Institute in Switzerland.
Before joining the Carnegie Endowment in 2010, Naím directed Foreign Policy magazine for fourteen years . In that period, the magazine was relaunched and won the National Magazine Award for General Excellence three times, being considered today one of the most influential publications of its kind in the world.
Naím is the author of numerous academic articles and more than ten books on international economics and politics. Both the Financial Times and the Washington Post selected one of his books, The End of Power: Collapsing Companies, Defeated Militaries, Resigning Popes and Powerless Governments-How Power Is No Longer What It Was , as one of the best books in the world. year 2013). Bill Clinton commented that this book “will change the way you read the news, your way of thinking about politics and your way of looking at the world,” and Fernando Henrique Cardoso said “Those who already have power -or aspire to have it- should read this book. ” his previous bookIllicit: How Smugglers, Smugglers and Pirates Are Changing the World (2005) published in 18 languages, was selected as one of the best books of the year by the Washington Post and served as the basis for a documentary produced by National Geographic .
Naím has also had public sector experience having served as Venezuela's Minister of Industry and Commerce in the early 1990s, director of the Central Bank of Venezuela, and Executive Director of the World Bank. He was also academic director and professor of business and economics at IESA, in Caracas.Naím is founder and president of the Group of Fifty (G50) and a member of the boards of several companies.
Naím earned master's and doctoral degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and in 2013, American University awarded him an honorary doctorate. In April 2020 he was elected Honorary Member of the Venezuelan Academy of Economic Sciences.
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