Economist Sandra Maximiano will head the National Telecommunications Authority (Anacom). The information provided by Luís Marques Mendes in his regular Sunday commentary on SIC, has been confirmed by Expresso. CRESAP approval will now be required – Recruitment and Selection Committee for Public Administration (CRESAP).
Sandra Maximiano is a professor at ISEG – Higher Institute of Economics and Management, in the field Public economics and well-being. Since 2015, he has been a columnist for Expresso. She considers herself an economist and rarely writes “about debt and deficits.” “I’ve been driving before Experiments to analyze the behavior of economic agents.”
At ISEG he graduated in economics and completed his master’s degree. He also b PhD in Economics at the University of Amsterdam.
He will replace João Cadete de Matos, who ended his six-year term as Anacom president in August and is now waiting to find his replacement. Cadete de Matos faced a turbulent administration at the TRA, with harsh criticism from telecom companies and his relationship with the government was not always peaceful, especially because of the way the competition for the fifth generation of telecommunications (5G) played out. . He will now return to Banco de Portugal, where he came from.
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