“It is clearly absurd to limit the term ‘education’ to a person’s formal schooling.” – Murray Rothbard <---> Born and raised in Chile, Remberto's academic influence was predominantly Monetarist, which was later contrasted with a strong Keynesian approach at the Universities of Vienna, Wroclaw and Central European University. However, substantive research, observation and curiosity for Human Action made Remberto neither a Monetarist nor a Keynesian, but an advocate of the "Austrian" Market Process Theory => Remberto has lived and worked in several continents as Teaching Assistant (Wright State Univ., Univ. of Desarrollo, Univ. Pacifico), Ski Instructor (Lake Tahoe, USA), Army Officer (Chile), Sales Assistant, and Micro Entrepreneur (Europe). Thus, life experience--and not formal schooling--made Remberto an advocate of "liberal" economic thought. On paper, Remberto is a graduate from a dual MA in Economic History and Global Studies. Remberto also holds a BA in Commercial Engineering from Universidad del Pacifico (Chile), a BA in Business Administration from Universidad del Desarrollo (Chile) and a BA from the Military Academy of Chile. Remberto currently works at the Austrian Economics Center and Hayek Institute in Vienna, Austria.