Professor to department People, Organizations and Society
Doctorate of Business Administration, International School of Management
Areas of expertise
- Systems Thinking
- Emerging Economies Business
- Congruence Development
- Sustainable Development
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Dr. Mark Esposito is Professor of business and economics at Grenoble Ecole de Management in France, a member of the Teaching Faculty at the Harvard University's Division of Continuing Education and a Research Fellow at the Judge Business School at the University of Cambridge.
At Harvard, Mark teaches Economic Strategy and Business, Government & Society for the Extension and Summer Schools and serves as Institutes Council Co-Leader, at the Microeconomics of Competitiveness program (MOC) developed at the Institute of Strategy and Competitiveness, at Harvard Business School.
He is Founder & Director of the Lab-Center for Competitiveness, a think tank affiliated with the MOC network of Prof. Michael Porter at Harvard Business School and Head of the Political Economy and Sustainable Competitiveness Initiative.
He is a Research Fellow at the Institute of Competitiveness in India and a member of the Advisory Board at the Institute for Entrepreneurship and Competitiveness in Italy. He is an appointed Senior Fellow at the Global Federation of Competitiveness Councils in Washington DC. He also serves in the Board of Directors of ABIS for the 2014-17 mandate.
He is a prolific author and his articles can be found on ResearchGate and his books on Amazon.
He serves as Editor in Chief of "The International Journal of Competitiveness" that he co-founded on Inderscience.
Mark consults in the area of Corporate Sustainability and Competitiveness worldwide, including Board of Directors, Communities and National Governments. He has advised the President of the European Parliament, Martin Schulz, on the systemic nature of the EU crisis and serves as a cross-theme contributor to the World Economic Forum’s reports on Innovation Driven Entrepreneurship in Europe.
- Harvard Course - Microeconomics of Competitiveness