WelcomeAfter 14 years the Annual Assembly returns through ESADE Barcelona with its own proposal of the times in which we live "Leading in a global world, Latin America and Europe, new connections."
Since then our network has grown from 107 members to more than 200 today, 20 countries have spent 30 coming to Oceania in recent years.
The Annual Meeting is a meeting point where Deans, Professors, Researchers converge with projects in search of new opportunities for the institutions involved, becoming the most important academic event based in Latin America.
In October we had the meeting in Rio de Janeiro hosted by EBAPE / FGV with an attendance of over 500 people, surpassing records in presenting papers and activities arising from the action of CLADEA through its members, led by its President Maria Helena Jaén.
The LXIX CLADEA Assembly hosted by ESADE offers us a chance to meet in an environment where regional weights have changed and where globalization, strategic alliances and cooperation between couples is increasing.
Barcelona 2014 will mark a new milestone in our international relations that certainly know avail.
Our thanks to ESADE through their authorities for the singular efforts being undertaken to achieve the goals.
Alberto Zapater, CEO Cladea
Roberto Solano, President Cladea
On the occasion of the meeting of the 49th Annual Meeting of CLADEA, we welcome the ESADE campus in Barcelona.
Linking CLADEA and ESADE has always been long and fruitful. Back in September 2000, had the honor of hosting the 35th Annual Meeting of CLADEA, on the 50th anniversary of CLADEA, and now, in 2014, we renew our bond with pride.
ESADE is an academic institution that inspires and empowers individuals and organizations to develop innovative forms of socially responsible leadership, with the aim of building a better future.
Business schools are assuming an increasingly important role.
Our institutions have a responsibility to educate global leaders and provide them with economic and business understanding in terms of legitimacy and social impact, cultivating entrepreneurship and encouraging the creation of more sustainable business models.
The Assembly this year takes on special significance, as the conference theme emphasizes the importance of building bridges of cooperation, taking advantage of the globalization process to establish stronger links between institutions and strengthen them so that these develop and acquire the skills needed to grow in an increasingly global world and they can better serve their communities.
CLADEA is a great platform to promote various forms of learning and collaboration between academics and institutions as well as the key organization to strengthen the network of Latin American schools, so they are increasingly relevant in the global academic environment.
We therefore express to our deluded commitment to make your stay in Barcelona it very helpful, from all points of view.
Eugenia Bieto, ESADE Director General
Alfons Sauquet, ESADE Business School Dean
Registration & Fees*Registration opens April 15, 2014
Early Bird Fee: April 15 to May 31, 2014 |Regular Fee: June 1 to August 10, 2014
(April 15 to May 31)
(from 1 to 10 August June)
|€ 410||€ 520|
|No members||€ 460||€ 560|
|Students||€ 180||€ 230|
|Accompanying*||€ 180||€ 230|
Authors Flat rate (from 16 to 15 june july) € 410
The Doctoral Colloquium is developed in the framework of the Annual Meeting of CLADEA, whose goal is to provide doctoral students the opportunity to share and discuss their research with a panel of distinguished scholars of international renown.
The doctoral colloquium consists of a set of concurrent sessions, organized according to the theme of the approved work, during which doctoral students present their dissertation proposals. The panel members will provide guidelines and suggestions that will help identify the strengths and weaknesses of these proposals, to improve the content and prepare for the final defense of the thesis before its courts. Equally important, the symposium will allow doctoral students meet professors from prestigious universities and their authorities involved in the assembly each year CLADEA.
Doctoral projects received for the Doctoral Colloquium will be subject to a process of anonymous review by an international jury, which will select the works. Accepted papers will become part of the aforementioned concurrent sessions for presentation to a distinguished panel.
After the presentations, approximately fifteen minutes each, the panel members will discuss the mission and discuss the conceptual and methodological aspects of each job and the performance of the candidate. The panels will be composed by distinguished professors with extensive experience as a member of editorial boards, courts and thesis authors of publications. Participants to the meeting are also invited to the Colloquium and can contribute their comments to the objectives of this important academic activity.>> Click here for more information on submitting a Doctoral Colloquium
The official hotel for CLADEA 2014 is the Hotel Princesa Sofia situated close to ESADE Pedralbes.
For reservations, click on the following link: Book accommodation
For other accommodation options, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Cladea 2014 Annual Meeting will take place in Barcelona, a privileged enclave on the northwest coast of the Iberian Peninsula and the Mediterranean coast. It is the second largest city in Spain, both in population and size. It is also the capital of Catalonia, one of the seventeen autonomous communities that make up Spain.
In Barcelona there are two official languages: Catalan, spoken generally throughout Catalonia, and Castilian. The city of Barcelona has a population of 1,510,000 inhabitants, but this number increases to more than 4,000,000 if we add the metropolitan area.
The capital of Catalonia is unequivocally a Mediterranean city, not only because of its geographic location but also and mainly, its history, tradition and cultural influences. The documented history of the city dates back to the founding of a Roman colony during the second century BC Modern Barcelona experienced spectacular growth and economic revival at the beginning of the period of industrialization during the second half of the nineteenth century. In 1888, the World Expo was the symbol of the city's ability to work hard and be projected internationally. Culture and the arts flourished in Barcelona and in all of Catalonia; the splendor acquire Catalonian modernism is one of the most obvious examples of this.The various web pages to below help attendees to the CEMS Annual Events 2013 to arrange your own visit to Barcelona and its metropolitan area. Each web site contains photos, ideas, links and resources that may be useful to plan the visit.