Enhancing Social Capital in Latin America
Since its formation, the Latin America Research Center (LARC) has worked to enhance intellectual capital creation by working with academics as well as business leaders in the region.
Programs in this area, supported by the LARC include:
The Global Colloquium on Participant-Centered Learning (GloColl), is an HBS course for faculty at business schools in emerging economies who are trained in interactive methods of teaching and learning.
The Social Enterprise Knowledge Network (SEKN), a consortium of eleven business schools that research and develop teaching cases on social enterprise in leading Latin American business schools.
in Latin America
April 2014 (São Paulo, Brazil)
This program prepares Owner/President Management (OPM) program participants and alumni to take advantage of business opportunities in Brazil. Exploring financing options, Brazil's changing business and regulatory environment, and evolving consumer and product markets, you will learn how to evaluate Brazilian opportunities in a global context and prepare your company for growth.
Urgency and Betrayal: Three Attempts to Foster Private Investment in Argentina's Oil Industry
Wells, Louis T.
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Populism and Natural Resources edited by William Hogan and Federico Sturzenegger. Cambridge, Mass. (MIT Press, forthcoming)
Microfinance: Business, Profitability, and the Creation of Social Value
Book chapter in Business Solutions for the Global Poor: Creating Social and Economic Value, edited by V. Kasturi Rangan, John A. Quelch, Gustavo Herrero, and Brooke Barton
After thirty years of development, commercial microfinance in the developing world-the provision of financial services to low-income populations on a financially-sustainable basis-is an example with many lessons applicable to the study of business and the global poor. In recent years, there has been ample evidence, both in the literature and in capital markets, of the ability of leading microfinance institutions, particularly in Latin America and Asia, to generate superior economic returns. The issue is less clear in terms of the contribution successful microfinance makes to the reduction of global poverty. This paper seeks to address aspects of the creation of economic value and social value in microfinance, which the author believes contains insights applicable to all endeavors that
seek to address the needs of the poor on a commercial basis.
John Wiley & Sons, Inc, 2007
Rural Credit: Historical Discussions and Legislation in Argentina (El crédito rural: proyectos legislativos y discusiones contemporáneas 1899-1933)
Lluch, Andrea M.
Book chapter in El Agro en cuestión. Discursos, políticas y corporaciones en la Argentina, 1870-2000
Buenos Aires: Prometeo, 2006
Legal Origin vs. the Politics of Creditor Rights: Bond Markets in Brazil, 1850-2002
Book chapter in The Politics of Financial Development, edited by Stephen Haber, Douglass C. North and Barry Weingast
Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, forthcoming
Reflections on Leadership
Austin, James E.
Book chapter in Liderazgo, Lideranca, Leadership
Testimonios personales, 71. Costa Rica: Publicado Por Viva, 2005