Brazil and Latin America
Nardone Family Seminar Series
Made possible by a gift from David R. Nardone, this seminar series brings scholars and practitioners to Northeastern University to share insights on emerging markets.
Professor Pedro Mendi, Universidad de Navarra, discussed his paper that takes a closer look at the way firms combine human resources from different departments by analyzing firm-level data obtained from a series of innovation surveys conducted in Colombia by DANE.
Professor Louise E. Walker, Northeastern University, presented her research on the political and economic programs, and discuss the history of Mexico's emerging middle classes. This seminar was based on the book she co-authored “Latin America's Middle Class.”
Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra, Professor of International Business and Strategy, Northeastern University rand Miguel A. Montoya, Tenure Professor, Tecnológico de Monterrey, discussed their recent co-authored book “Innovating for the Middle of the Pyramid in Emerging Countries.”
The Center for Emerging Markets co-sponsored the student-organized BRASA Summit on October 11-12, 2019, the largest undergraduate student conference in the world. An entrepreneurial team of Northeastern University students – Daniel Sneyers, Eric Halpern, Amanda Coelho, and Cristiano Sgarbi – won the competition to host the 2019 BRASA conference, which explored the future of the economy, politics, and technology in Brazil. There were over 500 Brazilian students in attendance. Read more.
Symposium: Thriving in Volatile Emerging Markets
The Center for Emerging Markets hosted experts from a range of academic and professional sectors during its seventh annual Center for Emerging Markets Symposium, for a discussion on effective strategies in the face of market volatility in emerging economies. Read more.
Comments on Latin America
Lourdes Casanova, Director of the Emerging Markets Institute at Cornell University
Report from Brazil
Albert Carvalho, former President of Procter & Gamble, Brazil and CEM's Advisory Board member