Javier Alejandro Vitale Gutierrez, Argentina
Elected to the Executive Board in 2017 for four-years term. Javier is a researcher at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology (Argentina) and Co-Director of the Center for Prospective Studies at the Faculty of Political and Social Sciences at the Universidad Nacional de Cuyo (Mendoza, Argentina).
Degree in Political Science and Public Administration from the Faculty of Political and Social Sciences of the Universidad Nacional de Cuyo. Postgraduate Studies in the Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences (Argentina) where he held the Diploma in Governance and Construction of Prospective Scenarios.Specialist in foresight and strategic planning. Coordinated prospective studies of provincial and regional scope. The lines of work are related to environmental, territorial and productive sector. Lecturer and teacher in undergraduate and graduate programs. He is also a member of the World Federation of Future Studies (WFSF).
• Technical Coordinator, Confederation of Latin American and Caribbean Networks of Foresight (Network CYTED-617RT0531).
• Researcher, National Institute of Agricultural Technology.
• Co-Director, Center for Prospective Studies of the Faculty of Political and Social Sciences of the National University of Cuyo.
• “Scenarios on quality and safety in the sector producing raw materials and food elaborated in Argentina 2030” edited by the Ministry of Science, Technology and Productive Innovation.
• “Prospective guide for the rural territorial ordering of Argentina at the municipal level” edited by INTA.
• “Trajectory and foresight of the Argentine food industry: strategic innovation agenda” by the Ministry of Science, Technology and Productive Innovation.
• “Critical uncertainties of the Argentine food industry in the global context” by the Ministry of Science, Technology and Productive Innovation.
• “Latin America 2030” by The Millennium Project.
• “Foresight and Strategy: The Case of the Strategic Wine Plan” by INTA Editions.
• “Environmental future of Mendoza: scenarios” by EDIUNC.