26. The life and work of Germán Bernácer

26.1. My inspiration

Germán Bernácer Guardiola is the son of Germán Bernácer Tormo. He had just arrived from Chile, where he works as a technician for UNESCO and is a trained physicist like his father. Germán Jr came over to me and introduced himself. A white bridge of letter writing had brought us together. It was a sunny morning. I immediately took him to meet Emilio Figueroa Martínez, a retired professor of Political Economy and Germán Bernácer’s former student at the Business Studies School, as well as a technician in Research Services at the Bank of Spain, where Bernácer had been assistant director. Figueroa, who was partly handicapped ...

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