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New plaques on the Alumni Wall and the Graduation Hall

The Alumni Wall project of the Faculty of Economics and Business keeps growing. Despite the difficulties caused by the pandemic, the commitment and the involvement of our former students in positioning the university as a backbone of the progress of our society remains intact. As a result, new plaques have been added to the wall […]

Cristian Granados, PhD alumni: “The UB Business School has an international community to share thoughts with” 

The PhD in Business alumni at the UB Business School, Cristian Granados, is a professor, researcher and consultant at the Technological of Monterrey. He was a research fellow at HEC Montreal, and completed a short research stay at Harvard Business School.  He is currently working with entrepreneurs, MBA and undergraduate students, and corporate innovation training programs in companies such as Bimbo, Renault or Roche. Along his professional career, he has held positions as innovation director and has also co-founded a video game startup. He is convinced about the power of […]

Carlos Politi, PhD student: “The need to learn and research never stops”

The Master in Business Research alumni and currently PhD student at the Business School, Carlos Politi, grew up in Argentina. There, he earned a law degree and worked for the Government and then in the private sector. Politi soon realized that his true passion was human resources, so he re-directed his career in that direction. After several years of working in human resources, he quit his job and moved to the United States to undertake masters’ studies in Human Resources at Cornell […]

Athina Raftopoulou defends her doctoral thesis financed by Alumni

Next Monday, January 28, 2019, will take place the Doctoral Defence of the PhD Student in Economics, Athina Raftopoulou entitled “Essays on the Economics of Obesity” and directed by Dr. Joan Gil Trasfi. The research developed by the student aims to analyse the economic and social factors that influence the risk of individuals of suffering […]