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Speakers: Lourdes Casanova Senior Lecturer and Emerging Markets Institute Gail and Rob Cañizares Director, S.C. Johnson School of Management, Cornell University and Editor of the book From Copycat to Leaders: Innovation from Emerging Markets; Veneta Andonova Dean of Universidad de los Andes School of Management; Moacir Oliveira, Full Professor and Head of the Business Administration Department at USP - University of São Paulo - School of Economics, Business Administration and Accounting – (FEA-USP); Yu Chen is Associate Professor at Institute of Science and Technology Statistics and Analysis, Chinese Academy of Science and Technology for Development (CASTED); Ravi Ramamurti, University Distinguished Professor, International Business and Strategy; Director, Center for Emerging Markets Northeastern University; Juana Garcia, Associate Professor at the Business School from Universidad de los Andes, Colombia and Visiting Scholar at David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies at Harvard University.
With the participation of Fernanda Cahen and Anne Miroux, editors of the book From Copycat to Leaders: Innovation from Emerging Markets.
In the past 15 years, emerging markets (EM) have come to represent the largest share of global Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and made gains in economic development and political influence; in turn, their companies have taken on a new level of importance in driving innovation, local development and global competition. We want to invite a conversation about diverse types of innovation in emerging markets and present some findings of the book From Copycat to Leaders: Innovation from Emerging Markets.
Presented in collaboration with Emerging Multinationals Research Network (EMRN): Emerging Markets Institute, Cornell University; Facultad de Administración Universidad de los Andes; Universidad de São Paulo; Faculdade de Engenharia Industrial; Universidad de San Andrés; Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas; Tecnológico de Monterrey