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IE University graduate Ricardo Maia discusses his collaborative research with two IE professors, on pedagogical innovation in a technology-driven world.
My name is Ricardo Maia and I am from the beautiful Porto, Portugal. As an economist with professional and academic experience in project management, finance, international development and research, I am highly motivated to promote innovative solutions that will drive positive change in an increasingly divided world.
Actually, for someone who is as passionate about so many different fields as I am, choosing which career path to take proved to be one of my most difficult tasks to date. But there is one thing I knew for sure: I have always wanted to work with and for people. It was only when I started to study economics that I found one of my greatest passions.
05 Feb 2021Academics, Master in International Development, News, Students
How can we design a more inclusive world? Perspectives from architecture and international relations
As part of IE Sustainability Week, Susana Malcorra and Martha Thorne explore how to design a more inclusive world.
30 Nov 2020News
The Recovery and Resilience Fund: Breakthrough for a stronger Europe?
An evening of conversation on the agreement to unlock de EU Recovery Fund.
13 Nov 2020News, Transatlatic Relations Initiative
Investing in Women leads to Stronger Economic Growth, both more Sustainable and Inclusive
IE University and UN Women raise awareness about the importance of innovative financing and women’s empowerment.
09 Oct 2020Events, News
Competing for Order. Confronting the Long Crisis of Multilateralism
IE School of Global & Public Affairs and The Brookings Institution hosted a virtual debate with Minister of Foreign Affairs, Arancha Gonzalez Laya.
Can the multilateral order be revamped in the face of mounting geopolitical tension, divisions over globalization, and rapid technological change? Dean of IE School of Global and Public Affairs, Susana Malcorra, Senior Fellow Director of the Project on International Order at The Brookings Institution, Bruce D. Jones, and Minister of Foreign Affairs, European Union, and Cooperation of Spain, Arancha Gonzalez Laya, participated in a virtual debate on 5 October on the lasting crisis of multilateralism and the scope of possible solutions.
The current crisis calls for further exchange of ideas, challenges the status quo and puts forward new solutions, they all agreed.
06 Oct 2020Events, News, Politics
Idoia Ortiz de Artiñano, founder of IE’s Publictech Lab, among the 20 GovTech Leaders 2020
CREATORS, an innovation lab based in Tel Aviv that supports organizations in developing and improving innovation practices, has announced its annual ...
24 Sep 2020Academics, Technology & Innovation
IE University and UN Women in partnership for the empowerment of women for sustainable and inclusive economic growth in Latin America
In Latin America and Europe, investment in companies led by women remains unrepresentative, according to the experts that participated in the first ...
18 Sep 2020
Arancha González, Madeleine Albright and Mircea Geoana analyze the challenges of Inclusive Transatlantic Security in the COVID Era
Arancha González, Madeleine Albright and Mircea Geoana, took part in the Transatlantic Conference 2020, moderated by Susana Malcorra and Nicholas ...
06 Jul 2020Events, Transatlatic Relations Initiative
Ban Ki-moon calls for increased efforts and investment in youth and women to ensure future leadership
Former UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon believes that providing more resources and opportunities for youth and women is paramount in order to ensure ...
02 Jul 2020