Claudio Bravo-Ortega

Claudio Bravo-Ortega
Claudio Bravo-Ortega
Área(s): INNOVACIÓN Y EMPRENDIMIENTO
ESCUELA DE NEGOCIOS
PH.D. IN ECONOMICS, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY , UNITED STATES, 2003
E-mail: CLAUDIO.BRAVO@UAI.CL
Sede: SANTIAGO - PEÑALOLÉN
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Sitio Web: http://www.cbravoortega.site

RESUMEN

Claudio Bravo-Ortega es actualmente profesor de la Escuela de Negocios de la Universidad Adolfo Ibañez, Director del Magister de Innovación y Head del Grupo de Innovación, Emprendimiento y Sustentabilidad de la Escuela. Entre los años 2014 y 2017 fue Director de la Escuela de Economía y Administración de la Universidad de Chile. El profesor Bravo-Ortega esta especializado en temas de Innovación, Crecimiento Económico y Economía Política. Dentro de su agenda de investigación en Innovación destacan el estudio de la relación entre exportaciones, I+D y productividad, el efecto de la introducción de nuevos productos en la productividad de las firmas, el impacto de la innovación en la industria de servicios (particularmente en servicios mineros), y el estudio de las actividades de innovación en la industria minera en Chile.

Con anterioridad trabajó en el Banco Mundial, en el Centro de Economía Aplicada del Departamento de Ingeniería Industrial de la Universidad de Chile y en Cieplan (Corp. Investigaciones Económicas para Latinoamérica). El profesor Bravo-Ortega ha sido consultor del Banco Mundial, Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo, Instituto de Desarrollo de Korea, Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores y Cieplan. Durante los años 2008-2009 fue Visiting Fellow del Centro de Innovación de la Universidad de Sussex, SPRU y también fue Visiting Scholar del University College of London. El profesor Bravo-Ortega cuenta con cerca de dos docenas de publicaciones en revistas y libros de edición internacional.

Abstract

Claudio Bravo-Ortega is professor at the Business School of the Adolfo Ibañez University, Director of the Master of Innovation and Head of the Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Group of the School. Between 2014 and 2017 he was Director of the School of Economics and Management of the University of Chile. Professor Bravo-Ortega is specialized in topics of Innovation, Economic Growth and Political Economy. Within its research agenda in Innovation he has studied the relationship between exports, R&D and productivity, the effect of the introduction of new products on the productivity of firms, the impact of innovation in the service industry (particularly in mining suppliers), and the study of innovation activities in the mining industry in Chile.

Previously, he worked at the World Bank, at the Center for Applied Economics of the Department of Industrial Engineering at the University of Chile and at Cieplan (Corp. Economic Research for Latin America). Professor Bravo-Ortega has been a consultant to the World Bank, Inter-American Development Bank, Korea Development Institute, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cieplan. During the years 2008-2009 he was a Visiting Fellow at the Innovation Center of the University of Sussex, SPRU, and also Visiting Scholar of the University College of London. Professor Bravo-Ortega has near two dozen articles published in international journals and books.

Publicaciones Seleccionadas

  • 2017 “A Toolkit for R&D Policy Choice with an Application to Chilean Mining.” International Journal of Technological Learning, Innovation and Development, December (With Leonardo Muñoz).

  • 2017 “What do women want? Female suffrage and the size of government,” Economic Systems, December. (With Nicolas Eterovic and Valentina Paredes)

  • 2016 “Collaboration in Clusters and Technology Consortia: The Case of Chile” J. M. Benavente, C Bravo-Ortega, D. Goya, and A. Zahler in TWO TO TANGO. Public-Private Collaboration for Productive Development Policies. E. Fernández-Arias, C. Sabel, E. Stein and A. Trejos editors. Inter American Development Bank, Washington, DC.

  • 2016 “Product Mix Changes and Performance in Chilean Plants.” Industrial and Corporate Change, 25(6):1001-1017. (with Roberto Álvarez and
 Lucas Navarro)

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    2015. "Innovation in the Services Sector," Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, vol. 51(3), pages 537-539, May. (With D. Aboal and G. Crespi),

  • 2015 “Innovation and Productivity in Services: Evidence from Chile.” Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, 51:593–611. ” (with Roberto Alvarez and Andres Zahler).

  • 2014 “Innovation, Exports and Productivity: Learning and Self selection in Chile.” Emerging Markets Finance and Trade 50(1), January-February. (with J.M. Benavente, and A. González,).

  • 2012 “Exploring the interaction between Intellectual Property Rights, Human Capital and R&D Expenditures: Are there implications for developing countries?” International Journal of Technology Learning, Innovation and Development. Vol. 5, No. 3.

  • 2012 “Determinants of Export Diversification around the World: 1962-2000.” The World Economy 35(3), March. ” (with Manuel Agosin and Roberto Alvarez).

  • 2012 “The Emergence and Consolidation of the Chilean Wine Industry” in Export Pioneers in Latin America, Sabel, Fernandez-Arias, Hausman, Rodriguez-Clare and Stein eds, David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, IADB published by Harvard University Press. (With Manuel Agosin).

  • 2011 Productivity and Innovation: The Chilean case.” CEPAL Review 104:135-160. . (with Roberto Alvarez and Lucas Navarro).

  • 2011 “R&D and Productivity. A two way Avenue?” World Development. 39(7):1090-1107 (with Alvaro García)

  • 2009 “Agriculture and National Welfare Around the World: Causality and International Heterogeneity since 1960.” (with Daniel Lederman). Trimestre Económico.78(3).

  • 2006 Remoteness and Real Exchange Rate Volatility (with Julian di Giovanni) IMF Staff Papers, September.

  • 2006, "The Relative Richness of the Poor? Natural Resources, Human Capital and Economic Growth." in Neither Curse Nor Destiny: Natural Resources and Development. Edited by Daniel Lederman and William F. Maloney. Stanford University Press.(with Jose De Gregorio).

  • 2005 “Agricultural Productivity and its Determinants: Revisiting International Experiences.” (With Daniel Lederman). Estudios de Economía 31(2):133-163.

  • 2004 “Multinationals and Linkages. An Empirical Investigation: A comment," in Economía, LACEA and Brookings Institution eds., Spring, volume 4 number 2.