Harvard Business School Professor Michael E. Porter inducted Pablo Collazzo into the Hall of Fame of the Microeconomics of Competitiveness network. Lauder Business School is extremely privileged to count Professor Collazzo as a member of its faculty.
Professor Collazzo received this outstanding honor thanks to his path-breaking commitment to teaching, research and outreach to business and policy-making in the MOC framework. Pablo Collazzo is an economist and business scholar with extensive academic and professional experience in Uruguay, the U.S., Spain, Belgium, the Netherlands, and Austria. Since the foundation of the network, he was a leading protagonist in spreading MOC to Latin America, Europe, and more recently, to Asia. Pablo Collazzo, a professor at the Vienna University of Economics and Business, is the first Austria-based scholar to be inducted in the Harvard MOC Hall of Fame.
In his laudatory speech, Michael Porter praised Professor Collazzo for his extraordinary commitment on several MOC Councils. Among others, Pablo Collazzo has been instrumental in introducing business schools all over the world into the MOC network and guiding them in implementing MOC classes and related research activities.
Pablo Collazzo is chairing the Advisory Council of the Institute of Competitiveness (IoC) at LBS. As such, his made numerous substantial contributions to MOC-related teaching and applied research activities at LBS. He furthermore convenes MOC classes and International Business in all master’s programs. Pablo Collazzo also mentored MOC students to submit their cluster analysis to the MOC Team Project Award.
Lauder Business School wishes to congratulate Professor Collazzo on his induction into the Harvard MOC Hall of Fame.