Agenda Académica
Ciclo de Charlas 2018: Actualidad, Contingencia & Gestión Empresarial

Fecha: 17 de abril, 18:30 horas, Aula Magna, Facultad de Economía y Negocios


Título: Reforma Laboral: Puesta en marcha, negociaciones sindicales

Exponen:
- Joseph Ramos, Bachelor of Science en Ingeniería Eléctrica, doctor en Economía, Universidad de Columbia.
- Christian Melis, abogado de la Universidad de Chile, LL.M. Universidad Complutense de Madrid, ex director del Trabajo del gobierno de la ex presidenta, Michelle Bachelet, 2014-2018.

 
Programas corporativos Uejecutivos

Fecha: 19 de abril, 8:30 horas, sede Andrés Bello, Providencia


Inicio programa diplomado de Mercado Eléctrico de Enel

 
Tercer Encuentro Internacional de Casos

Fecha: 4 de abril, 14:00 horas, Avda. Andrés Bello 2365, sede Andrés Bello.


Exposición casos finalistas:

- Caso: Uso de algoritmos inteligentes para la gestión de una unidad de Urgencias, Ricardo Mateo
- Caso: Caso Tuboplast II, Verónica Fuentes y Liliana Neriz
- Caso: Guardería Entreniños, Javiera Müller

 
Seminario académico de Finanzas y Contabilidad

Fecha: 23 de marzo, 13:00 horas, sala P 302, Facultad de Economía y Negocios


Título: “Does Board diversity affect institutional investor preferences? Evidence from Latin America”

Expone: Carlos Pombo, profesor Asistente de Finanzas, Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.

Abstract
This paper enquires whether institutional investors have specific preferences on the composition of the board of directors in Latin American firms they hold shares in. The result show that preferences vary significantly in terms of the type of institutional investor. The econometric results suggest grey institutional investors (pension funds and insurance companies) prefer experience and education, while dislike CEO entrenchment. Independent institutional investors value more directors’ professional experience i.e., former CEOs and founders of any firm. Grey investors are more concern on firm corporate governance mechanisms consistent with the agency view, while independent investors are focused in business opportunities in accordance with the resource-based-view of board of directors.

 

 
Seminario académico de Finanzas y Contabilidad

Fecha: 23 de marzo, 13:00 horas, sala P 302, Facultad de Economía y Negocios


Título: “Does Board diversity affect institutional investor preferences? Evidence from Latin America”

Expone: Carlos Pombo, profesor Asistente de Finanzas, Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.

Abstract
This paper enquires whether institutional investors have specific preferences on the composition of the board of directors in Latin American firms they hold shares in. The result show that preferences vary significantly in terms of the type of institutional investor. The econometric results suggest grey institutional investors (pension funds and insurance companies) prefer experience and education, while dislike CEO entrenchment. Independent institutional investors value more directors’ professional experience i.e., former CEOs and founders of any firm. Grey investors are more concern on firm corporate governance mechanisms consistent with the agency view, while independent investors are focused in business opportunities in accordance with the resource-based-view of board of directors.

 

 
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