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Article by Professor Jorge Sá on Poland



Poland’s National Day was celebrated on May 3rd, commemorating the promulgation in 1791 of the first European constitution establishing a monarchy of democratic roots. Shortly thereafter Poland began its ordeal of successive sharing between the powerful Russian neighbors (later Soviet Union), Prussia (followed by Germany) and the Austro-Hungarian empire (until World War I). Polish resilience … Continue reading Article by Professor Jorge Sá on Poland

Conference at Enterprise Ireland in Dublin



Jorge Sá gave a conference on the 14th of June at Enterprise Ireland in Dublin to top managers of major Irish companies who are looking to begin or expand their exports to Iberia. Professor Sá’s conference was about the market overview, opportunities and business culture and in the afternoon he had one-to-one meetings with the Irish companies. The audience was … Continue reading Conference at Enterprise Ireland in Dublin

Conference at Católica School of Business & Economics



Jorge Sá gave a conference to the Alumni of Católica School of Business & Economics on the topic: “Nobels Thaler and Kahneman of behavioral economics: the revolution in economics and management” The conference was attended by more than 60 Alumni who are now top managers of major companies and were commemorating the alumni 35th anniversary. … Continue reading Conference at Católica School of Business & Economics

Launch of new book on the competitiveness of the European Union



In October 2017, a new book of Professor Jorge Sá was launched: “The (Non) Competitiveness of the European Union: Facts, Causes and Solutions” The book focuses on the competitiveness of the European Union and its economy, namely: Why is the European GDP per capita only ¾ of the USA’s? And the productivity per hour 13% … Continue reading Launch of new book on the competitiveness of the European Union