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Javier Capapé

Javier Capapé

TEN QUESTIONS WITH JAVIER CAPAPÉ How did you get into the field of sovereign wealth?   Things came together in a rather extraordinary way, actually.  I just happened to be doing a master’s degree on financial markets at the exact time of the global financial crisis:…

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Bin Ma

Bin Ma

TEN QUESTIONS WITH BIN MA What does it mean to lead?   Leaders influence others (i.e., subordinates and followers) to behave coherently and in a way that will achieve determined goals. This influence comes from the perception of a leader’s personality, emotion, motivation, and behavior.  A good leader…

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Teresa Ramos

Teresa Ramos

TEN QUESTIONS WITH TERESA RAMOS Why aren’t more women in science and technology fields? The (misguided) impression that women are not good at math, science, and technology results in girls not being encouraged to study these subjects in school.  Compounding this is the fact that…

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Carlos Lastra Anadon

Carlos Lastra Anadon

TEN QUESTIONS WITH CARLOS LASTRA ANADON What makes more of an impact, focused education in the very early years, high school, or +university? There is little question that in terms of efficiency of investment, early education takes the biscuit: most programs at that point are…

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Michael Chang Wenderoth

Michael Chang Wenderoth

TEN QUESTIONS WITH MICHAEL CHANG WENDEROTH What do you teach?   I focus on China for the International MBA program and Executive Education – the topic cuts across many academic disciplines.  In addition I run the Global Immersion program in Shanghai for the MIM program. I…

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Borja González del Regueral

Borja González del Regueral

TEN QUESTIONS WITH BORJA GONZÁLEZ DEL REGUERAL What do you teach?  I’m currently teaching data analytics and tech across programs in the School of Human Sciences & Technology (HST), from data insights and visualization to blockchain, change management, and digital transformation. Regardless of the class, though,…

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Margarita Mayo

Margarita Mayo

TEN QUESTIONS WITH MARGARITA MAYO What do you teach? I teach Managing People and Teams in several programs, the MBA, the Master in Management and the Global MBA. I also teach executive education courses on Authentic Leadership for senior executives across multiple sectors. Where is your…

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Josep Curto

Josep Curto

TEN QUESTIONS WITH JOSEP CURTO Where is your hometown? I grew up in Salou, a small touristic city on the coast in Catalunya, Spain. What do you teach? Courses on Big Data, Business Analytics and Business Intelligence in the International MBA, executive education, and the Master in…

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Kriti Jain

Kriti Jain

TEN QUESTIONS WITH KRITI JAIN Where is your hometown? Dehradun, a scenic valley tucked between the Himalayas in Northern India. What do you teach? Courses on Decision Making and Managing People at Work in the International MBA, GMBA, LLM, and MIM programs. Research Methods and…

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David Moshfegh

David Moshfegh

TEN QUESTIONS WITH DAVID MOSHFEGH Where is your hometown? I was born and grew up in Tehran, Iran.  I was there until I was thirteen years old. What do you teach? I teach in the Humanities program at IE, both at the undergraduate level and…

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