Guillermo Cardoza is Professor of Innovation, Change and Competitiveness in Emerging Markets at INCAE Business School. He held the Full Professorship on management of innovation, business economics, and Competitiveness in emerging economies at the IE Business School (1999-2012) and founded and directed the Euro-Latin America Center. He has been a Research Fellow at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, where he undertook research on the management of innovation and competitiveness. He studied at Sorbonne Nouvelle University in Paris, where he obtained a Ph.D. in Business Economics as well as master’s degrees in Latin American Studies, International Relations and Business Administration. Cardoza also holds a degree in chemical engineering from the National University of Colombia. Dr. Cardoza has published books and articles in specialized journals and is currently doing research on innovation management, design thinking, internationalization strategies and development in emerging markets.
Research Project: Women's Social Progress in Latin America; Entrepreneurship and Gender in Latin America