Santiago Mingo

Santiago Mingo
Santiago Mingo
Profesor Asociado
Área(s): GENERAL MANAGEMENT Y ESTRATEGIA
ESCUELA DE NEGOCIOS
DOCTOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, HARVARD UNIVERSITY, UNITED STATES, 2009
E-mail: santiago.mingo@uai.cl
Sede: SANTIAGO - PEÑALOLÉN
Edificio: C
Número de oficina: 505
LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/smingo
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/santiagomingo

RESUMEN

PhD. In Business Administration, Harvard University, Estados Unidos, 2009.

Profesor de la Escuela de Negocios UAI. Sus investigaciones examinan cómo el ambiente institucional y de negocios afecta la estrategia global, la estrategia corporativa, y la actividad emprendedora. Gran parte de su trabajo se enfoca en economías emergentes. Recientemente se ha dedicado al análisis de cómo las instituciones y las redes afectan las inversiones transfronterizas en mercados emergentes. Su trabajo ha sido publicado en revistas académicas de primer nivel como Management Science, Administrative Science Quarterly, Journal of Management, e Industrial and Corporate Change, y ha presentados sus investigaciones en conferencias y universidades a lo largo del mundo. Actualmente, es miembro del comité editorial de Long Range Planning. Además es director alterno de un Núcleo Milenio de Ciencias Sociales financiado por el Gobierno de Chile.

Abstract

Santiago Mingo is an Associate Professor at Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez’s School of Business in Santiago de Chile. He holds a Doctor of Business Administration degree from Harvard University. Santiago’s research explores how the institutional and business environment affects global strategy, corporate strategy, and entrepreneurial activity. Most of his work focuses on emerging markets. Lately, he has been studying the impact of institutions and networks on cross-border investments in emerging markets. Santiago has published in top academic journals such as Management Science, Administrative Science Quarterly, Journal of Management, and Industrial and Corporate Change, and has presented his research in numerous conferences and universities around the world. He is member of the editorial board of Long Range Planning.


Artículos
2017 Reexamining CEO duality: The surprisingly problematic issues of conceptualization and measurement, Corporate Governance: An International Review (online: 15 enero 2017), ,
2015 Navigating political hazard risks and legal system quality: Venture capital investments in Latin America, Journal of Management, 808-840, 41
2014 Culture, geography and networks: Private equity investments in three emerging market regions, Academy of Management Proceedings, 6,
2014 INDUSTRIAL POLICY AND THE CREATION OF NEW INDUSTRIES: EVIDENCE FROM BRAZIL’S BIOETHANOL INDUSTRY, Industrial and Corporate Change, 1229-1260, 23
2013 MANAGEMENT SCIENCE, 2687-2701, 59, THE IMPACT OF ACQUISITIONS ON THE PERFORMANCE OF EXISTING ORGANIZATIONAL UNITS IN THE ACQUIRING FIRM: THE CASE OF AN AGRIBUSINESS COMPANY.
2013 ACADEMIA REVISTA LATINOAMERICANA DE ADMINISTRACIÓN, 61-76, 26, ENTREPRENEURIAL VENTURES, INSTITUTIONAL VOIDS, AND BUSINESS GROUP AFFILIATION: THE CASE OF TWO BRAZILIAN START-UPS, 2002-2009
2007 Collaborative brokerage, generative creativity, and creative success, Administrative Science Quarterly, 53, 443-475
Capítulo de libro
2013 Private equity investments in emerging markets, national governance, and geographic distance: The case of Latin America, 1996-2009, 103-123, Internationalization, Innovation and Sustainability of MNCs in Latin America
2008 Handbook of new product development management, Creativity in new product development: An evolutionary integration, 113-133

2007 "Bunge: Food, Fuel, and World Markets. Khanna, T., Mingo, S., and West, J." Harvard Business School Case