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Professor Susan Clancy presented research during the first global Experimental Economic conference

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Thursday, 01 November 2012 15:20

INCAE, November 1, 2012. Dr. Susan Clancy, INCAE Business School professor, presented the preliminary results of a study that seeks to identify individual differences in moral decision making and ethical behavior during the first global Experimental Economic conference, held in Antigua, Guatemala, on 25th to 27th October 2012.The first global Experimental Economic conference was held in Antigua, Guatemala, on 25th to 27th October 2012.(cortesy of the Centro Vernon Smith de Economía Experimental)

The "Centro Vernon Smith de Economia Experimental" at Universidad Francisco Marroquin hosted the conference.

Several experimentalists from the United States, Europe and Latin America presented their current research in the fields of behavioral economics, psychology and business.


INCAE Business School joined the PIM Network

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Wednesday, 24 October 2012 10:09

INCAE, October 24, 2012. On October 19, INCAE joined the PIM Network, a prestigious business school network with a strong international orientation, said the Dean of MBA Programs, Dr. Guillermo Selva.INCAE was very interested in being part of this network because it would provide more opportunities for student’s internationalization and facilitate the execution of joint projects, among other things.

The Partnership in International Management (PIM) brings together 60 institutions from around the world, including first-rate schools like the University of Chicago-Booth School of Business, UCLA-Anderson School of Management, HEC School of Management, New York University-Stern School of Business, the University of Michigan-Stephen M. Ross School of Business, ESADE Business School and the Indian School of Business-Hyderabad, among others.

PIM schools voted to grant INCAE member status. The decision was communicated during the 39 Annual PIM Conference held in Lima, Peru from October 17 to 19.


Procter & Gamble CIO, Filippo Passerini, lectured about frugal innovation at INCAE

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Wednesday, 03 October 2012 00:00

INCAE, October 3, 2012. Filippo Passerini, Procter & Gamble's chief information officer (CIO) and group president of global business services gave a conference on "Frugal Innovation" at the Walter Kissling Gam campus of INCAE Business School in Costa Rica.A la conferencia de Passerini asistieron, estudiantes, funcionarios y  miembros de la Facultad de INCAE, así como representantes de Procter & Gamble de Costa Rica.

Passerini, who was visiting Costa Rica, has a successful career at Procter & Gamble and has received several awards for his contributions to the industry of information technology.

On September 14 he received the first annual Fisher-Hopper Prize for Lifetime Achievement in CIO Leadership, an honorary award from the Haas School of Business, University of Berkeley, for its innovative approaches in the use of information technology.


Professor Alberto Trejos was a panelist at the WTO Public Forum 2012

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Tuesday, 02 October 2012 00:00

INCAE, October 2, 2012. Dr. Alberto Trejos, professor at INCAE Business School, was a panelist at the World Trade Organization (WTO) annual Public Forum held from 24 to 26 September in Geneva.

El profesor Trejos formó parte del panel sobre comercio y empleo, junto a otros expertos internacionales.The Public Forum is an annual event at which governments, non-governmental organizations, academics, businesses and students can come together to discuss the latest issues regarding the multilateral trading system.

This year the Public Forum posed the question: "Is multilateralism in crisis?" The Forum provided an opportunity for participants to analyse whether multilateralism is indeed in a state of crisis, taking into account both the Doha Round deadlock and WTO activities that continue to work well. These include trade monitoring, administering existing WTO rules, and trade capacity building for developing countries.


INCAE and ANEP signed a cooperation agreement to promote training

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Thursday, 27 September 2012 12:10

En la actividad participaron el presidente de ANEP, Jorge Daboub, y el presidente del Comité Nacional de INCAE en El Salvador, Alejandro Poma.INCAE, September 21, 2012. INCAE Business School signed today an agreement with the National Association of Private Enterprise (ANEP) of El Salvador in order to mutually cooperate in training, academic and research.

Through this agreement the two organizations join forces to help develop business in El Salvador through training of ANEP collaborators and its members.

The agreement was signed today by the INCAE National Committee chairman in El Salvador, Alejandro Poma, and the president of ANEP, Jorge Daboub.


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