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Jose Brache, Ph.D.

Jose Brache
Assistant Professor and Academic Director of the Huizenga Business Innovation Academy
jbrache@nova.edu

Education:

  • PHD - Adolfo Ibanez University - Management
  • MA - Georgetown University, USA; Universidad Alberto Hurtado, Chile

Dr. Jose Brache is the Academic Director of the Huizenga Business Innovation Academy and a Professor of Entrepreneurship at H. Wayne Huizenga College of Business and Entrepreneurship  (NSU Business).

He is an economist with a PhD. in Management from Adolfo Ibanez University and a Master’s in Applied Economics from Georgetown University. His research interests include international entrepreneurship, open innovation, inter-firm cooperation, SME´s internationalization, technology commercialization, geographic co-location, and innovation management.

He has published in renowned academic journals and has extensive business experience at the management level in the hospitality industry. Prior to joining NSU Business, Jose served as the Director of the Master of Commercialization and Entrepreneurship at the University of Auckland, New Zealand.

Brache’s passion is to assist both established and aspiring entrepreneurs in the challenging task of value creation. He strongly believes in building and nurturing innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystems as a pathway towards stronger and better economies.

The effects of inter-firm cooperation purpose on export performance: Choosing between local and overseas partners, AIB Oceania Conference, 2020, Auckland, New Zealand

Exploring the role of Artificial Intelligence in International Business, MADE Conference, 2020, Auckland, New Zealand

Collaboration on the Blockchain, Acere Conference, 2020, Queensland, Australia

The Effects of Neuroticism on Cooperation, ABEM Conference, 2017, Santo Domingo, DR

Trade Associations, Networks and Export Performance, AIB-UKI, 2016, London, UK

Trade Associations, Networks and Export Performance, SMS, 2016, Rome, Italy

Geographical Co-location and Trade Association Effects on Firm's International Performance: Evidence from South American Emerging Economies, AIB-LAT Conference, 2015, Santiago

Geographical Co-location and Trade Association Effects on Firm's International Performance: Evidence from South American Emerging Economies, ACERE Conference, 2015, Adelaide, Australia

Clusters and International Competitiveness, Strategic Management Conference, 2015, Santiago

Co-location and Cooperation Effects on Export Performance, EIBA, 2015, Rio, Brazil

Geographical Co-location and Trade Association Effects on Firm's International Performance: Evidence from South American Emerging Economies, McGill International Entrepreneurship Conference, 2014, Santiago

 

Jose Brache & C. Felzensztein (2019). Exporting Firm's Engagement with Trade Associations: Insights from Chile. International Business Review ( ), pp. 

Jose Brache & C. Felzensztein (2019). Geographical co-location on Chilean SME's export performance. Journal of Business Research ( ), pp. 

Jose Brache (2018). The cooperation mechanisms of trade associations. Academia Revista Latinoamericana de Administracion 31(4), pp.

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