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The impact of foreign business on local cultures: current international findings and implications for the Latin American context

The impact of foreign business on local cultures: current international findings and implications for the Latin American context. Conferencia dictada por el Dr. Dan V. Caprar del Australian School of Business en la University of South Wales.
Dr. Dan V. Caprar is a visiting professor from the Australian School of Business, University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia). He received his MBA and a PhD from the University of Iowa in the United States, and has consulting experience in Human Resources and Organisational Development in Romania, the United Kingdom, and the United States.  Dr. Caprar’s research focus is on the interaction between business and its socio-cultural context, with particular interest in the impact of foreign business on local cultures. His most recent work was been published in the Journal of International Business Studies, in a special issue showcasing the use of qualitative methods in international business.  In addition, he is interested in what makes people believe (or not believe) research findings, with the objective of bridging the gap between academics and practitioners.
Consistent with his background and main research interest, Dr. Caprar teaches cross-cultural management at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels in Australia, and a course on leadership for the MBA program in Hong Kong. He is visiting EAFIT until the end of September, and is very interested in learning more about his topics of interest in the context of Colombia, and Latin America in general. Jueves 8 de Septiembre 2011. Idioma: Inglés.
El Departamento de Negocios Internacionales de la Universidad EAFIT. International Business Speaker Series (IBSS). El IBSS regularmente introduce a los estudiantes y a la comunidad en general a temas de actualidad de los negocios internacionales y brinda una plataforma para la presentación y discusión de los últimos resultados hallados por el Grupo de Investigación en Estudios Internacionales del Departamento.

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