Category: In the Field: The Harvard Factor

Zamorano and its Neighbors

We walked along together, 12-year-old Lizet and I, down the narrow, ragged paths that connected the various houses of El Chaguite to one another. “Let’s call in from here,” Lizet said…

The Central America Project

After decades of armed conflict and political instability, Central America is entering a period of peace and democracy that opens promising perspectives of economic and social progress…

The Birth of INCAE (1963-1965)

Since the birth of INCAE was closely tied to the beginning of my career at Harvard Business School, the reader will perhaps forgive the autobiographical tone of these reflections. And right…

Breaking Ground in Latin America

Harvard Business School is scheduled to open its new Latin America Research Office by August 2000 in Buenos Aires. The office will provide support to HBS faculty conducting research in Latin…

A Look at Zamorano

Jorge Ivan Restrepo was intrigued. Every morning, he watched his professor leaning on a railing to observe cows as they came in from the pasture to be milked. Finally he got up the courage to…

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