Juan David

Gutiérrez Rodríguez

Associate Professor at Universidad del Rosario (Bogotá, Colombia). Teaches Public Policy courses at the Faculty of International, Political and Urban Studies. His research interests include: antitrust, economic regulation, and governance of natural resources.

He received a Ph.D. in Public Policy from the University of Oxford. He obtained a Master of Law and Economics (LLM) jointly awarded by the University of Bologna and the Erasmus University of Rotterdam. He also holds a Master of Public Policy in Latin America at the University of Oxford. Juan David is a lawyer from the Universidad Javeriana.

On this website, you can find all the information about his academic work.

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Event: Privacy Policies and Digital Platforms

On Thursday, January 28, starting at 4:00 pm, I will have the pleasure of participating in the panel on news in the privacy policies of digital platforms organized by alt+co and ADAPRI within the framework of the conference ” La privacidad: Hoy más que nunca, 100% vigente ”. More information about this event, organized to commemorate the international day for the protection of personal data, is available here.


Unmasking Don Quixote: Five tips to avoid pitfalls during the doctorate quest

Doing a doctorate is a long, often solitary, and complex quest. While the process is usually gratifying and interesting, sometimes it is also stressful. The ultimate goal of doctorate students is to become independent researchers, capable of conducting rigorous investigations that contribute to the understanding of pertinent social or natural phenomena. During this time, I faced many of the common difficulties that a PhD student can encounter: anxiety about the future, financial inflexibility, and even health issues. I wrote these lines to share with current and potential PhD students my thoughts about the pitfalls one has to face to get to […]


Retos del COVID-19 para el derecho y la política de competencia en América Latina y el Caribe (2020), editor and co-author

This book was written together with 18 other authors. Published by the Latin America chapter of the Academic Society for Competition Law (ASCOLA).

This collective work presents diverse views and testimonies from 19 experts on how Latin America and the Caribbean has addressed the challenges generated by COVID-19 in relation to competition law and policy. The book, edited by Juan David Gutiérrez, also offers reflections on how and why competition law and its implementation should adapt to our “pandemic context”. The book consists of nineteen chapters, including the introduction, that study ten jurisdictions in our region: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Mexico, Peru and the Dominican Republic.

Find more information about the book here.