ARTICLE PUBLISHED: “On Solow’s ignorance: the sources of economic growth”
Professor Jorge Sá (PhD Columbia University; MBA Drucker University; Jean Monnet Chair; Peter Drucker speaker) recently published the article “On Solow’s Ignorance: the sources of economic growth” on the academic blind-referee Review of Economics and Finance (UK).
This article provides strong empirical evidence to the important topic of the sources of economic growth, why some countries are richer than others, by considering countries as a whole (private + public + social) as large organizations, whose competitiveness depends on the quality of their business administration areas: strategy, marketing, information systems, human resources policies and so on.
Under this perspective and for a sample of 33 countries during an homogeneous five year period, it is possible to explain 90% of the variance in income per capita (see full article below).
Jorge Sá is a senior research fellow at Drucker University (Peter F. Drucker and Masatoshi-Ito Graduate School of Management) in Los Angeles, and a Professor at ISG Business School. He recently retired from Professor at IESE associated AESE.
He is a Peter Drucker expert and a speaker on Peter Drucker, with whom he studied and who offered letters of recommendation for his books and endorsements for his work.
His books have been translated into twelve languages, published over thirty articles in blind refereed academic reviews and journals, has addressed conferences and given seminars at several institutions (e.g. TED USA – https://youtu.be/SOkjPVi1Fts –, London Business School, Oxford, IESE, George Washington University, Peter Drucker Society of Europe, European Commission, etc.), and has worked as private consultant, non-executive director or taught in the executive programs of multinational companies such as: Coca-Cola, SHELL, Unisys, IBM, Glaxo, British Petroleum – BP, Makro (Metro group), Intermarché, Scottish & Newcastle, Sara Lee, Total, Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, Henkel, McDonald’s, UnitedHealth group, Vodafone, Merck, Volkswagen Group, Microsoft, etc.
He speaks and writes (by alphabetical order) English, French, German, Portuguese and Spanish.
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