Ezequiel Reficco

Professor at EGADE Business School.

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Collaboration mechanisms for sustainable innovation


The purpose of this article is to advance research on sustainable innovation through a business model (hereafter, BM) perspective. We consider the BM as a boundary-spanning system that encompasses various firms, in which value is created, exchanged and captured. More specifically, we look at the changes called for by the imperative of sustainable development, through […]

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Ecoflora: Sustainable Innovation in an Emerging Economy


This case illustrates how a small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) can become a knowledge- based enterprise, able to compete through innovation in global markets from a developing country. This is a hybrid organization, which operates with the ultimate end goal of generating socio- environmental benefits.

This case was principally designed to be used in executive education, so that entrepreneurs and managers come to the understanding that Latin America is not condemned to compete on the basis of abundant natural resources or cheap labor. The case can also be used on undergraduate or postgraduate strategy courses to illustrate how to configure an emergent organizational strategy centered on social and environmental sustainability.

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Green Gold: un modelo innovador de mineria sostenible


AMICHOCÓ Foundation was a private non-profit organization operating since 1996 in the Colombian department of Chocó, one of the poorest in the country and characterized by being largely inhabited by ethnic minorities of African origin and enjoying one of the highest levels of biodiversity in the world. The Foundation implemented productive projects that help improve […]

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