When Professor Michael E. Porter, one of the world’s leading business scholars, founded the Microeconomics of Competitiveness (MOC) Network at Harvard Business School in 2002, his key objective was to disseminate his trail-blazing scholarship on strategy and competitiveness to business students, companies and public decision-makers across the globe.
Harvard Business School Professor Michael E. Porter inducted Pablo Collazzo into the Hall of Fame of the Microeconomics of Competitiveness network. Lauder Business School is extremely privileged to count Professor Collazzo as a member of its faculty.
On November 19, several of us LBS students (Ivana C., Danita M., Artem B., Mariia M., Irena K., Ori G., Andres S.) from the masters degree program IML 2014 undertook our first official visit to the Institute of Science and Technology (IST) Austria
Harvard MOC affiliate and LBS faculty member Professor Pablo Collazzo is convening conference track on International Competitiveness at the prestigious 2016 EURAM conference in Paris
Successful IML 2014 alumnus Andrés Felipe Uprimny was invited to present his master thesis research at an international business conference.
Innovation generated by clusters is among the core areas of inquiry of the Harvard Microeconomics of Competitiveness (MOC) Network. Consequently, this year’s meeting of the European MOC Chapter took place in the context of the Third International Cluster Conference on “Clusters as Drivers of Competitiveness: Development Issues” in Limerick, Ireland.