Dr Jose Alberto Brache
Dr. Jose Brache is an economist with a Master in Applied Economics from Georgetown University (USA) and a Phd. in Management from Adolfo Ibanez University (Chile). His work highlights the mechanisms present within inter-firm cooperation venues and pinpoints how certain forms of collaboration lead to an increase in firm performance. His research interests include: Inter-firm cooperation in innovation and internationalization, cooperation in entrepreneurial networks, SME's internationalization, industrial clusters and international entrepreneurship.
Dr. Brache has extensive business experience working in consulting for the hospitality industry in The United States of America, Mexico and the Dominican Republic. He enjoys participating in entreprenurial and innovation networks as well as assisting in the promotion of business startups.
Research | Current
1) Brache, J., & Felzensztein, C. (2019). Exporting Firm’s Engagement with Trade Associations: Insights from Chile. International Business Review, Vol. 28 No. 1.
2) Brache, J.(2018), The cooperation mechanisms of trade associations. Academia Revista Latinoamericana de Administracion, Vol. 31 No. 4.
3) Brache, J., & Felzensztein, C. (2017). Geographical co-location on Chilean SME's export performance. Journal of Business Research. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jbusres.2017.11.044
Teaching | Current
Project in Commercialisation (COMENT 705)
Competing Internationally (GLMI 701)
Innovation and Knowledge Management (GLMI 710)