Dr. Raquel Galindo-Dorado is an associate professor of economics and business, the director of the International Academic Program at Autonomous University of Madrid and a senior advisor for corporate social responsibility and sustainability initiatives. She is also a former visiting scholar at the Harvard - John F. Kennedy School of Government and a former affiliate of the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies at Harvard University.
Currently, Dr. Galindo-Dorado collaborates with Harvard Business School professor Srikant Datar on the project “Rethinking Graduate Management Education in Latin America,” a wide range assessment of curricular needs and innovations of 30 MBA programs in Latin America. During her residency at the NCDG, Dr. Galindo will work on the completion of this project and explore the application of its methodology to the evaluation of graduate programs in Public Policy and Administration in Latin America. Dr. Galindo will also research the role of university in the entrepreneurship system with NCDG fellow Luis Orozco.
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