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Roberto Espinosa

Tony McCaffrey focuses on bringing science to the art of innovation. He researches and develops innovation tools at Innovation Accelerator, Inc. With a doctorate in cognitive psychology and a master’s degree in computer science, Tony combines insights from both fields to produce effective tools to enhance both individual and group innovation. BrainSwarming is the latest tool […]...

Ángel Martín Oro

Nicolai Foss: “free environments with low transaction costs are good for entrepreneurship and growth“ Peter Klein: “exercising judgment means taking chances, experimenting, and learning from mistakes“ Much has been written in both academic and practitioner literature on management and entrepreneurship. But according to the view of the two scholars interviewed today by Sintetia, entrepreneurship and the […]...

Andrés Alonso

Pioneer, evangelist and solid defensor of prediction markets. He is the benchmark for any topic regarding prediction markets, and he is the one able to discuss even with Nassim Taleb explaining which are the weaknesses, and which are not of this technology. Robin is the right choice to explain the potential benefits for the society […]...

Andrés Alonso

The wisdom of crowds started in 1906 with Francis Galton predicting the weight of a dead ox. Since then it was successfully used in many fields as politics, weather, international affairs, sports and economics. Now we have what many would define as the most astonishing application of collective intelligence. CrowdMed aims to predict illness diagnoses […]...

Jose Antonio de Miguel

Brant Cooper is presented as “helps startups get started”. As a Lean Startup thought leader, he travels the world speaking to entrepreneurs at conferences, hackathons and workshops. Recent speaking events include the Kuala Lumpur Venture Capital Symposium, Lean Startup conferences in Vancouver and Michigan, the Forward Technology Conference in Wisconsin, the Lean Startup Challenge in […]...

Javier García

Tim Harper is a serial entrepreneur and investor in emerging technologies. A former engineer with the European Space Agency’s R&D center (ESTEC) in Nordwijk, the Netherlands. He has built a twenty-five year career on identifying, understanding and acting on technology trends, from instigating and managing development projects to investment and eventual commercialization of micro- and […]...

Abel Fernández

Tim Harford is economics leader writer for the Financial Times and writes the “Undercover Economist” columns on Saturdays. He first joined the FT as Peter Martin Fellow in 2003 and after a spell at the World Bank in Washington DC he rejoined the FT’s leader writing team in 2006. As presented at TED, Tim Harford […]...

Javier García

Once you discover it, it’s very difficult to stop reading his blog, full incisive ideas that go straight to the point and useful tips. It combines extraordinary communication skills with extensive experience, an experience usually transmitted to world’s leading media (Forbes, Inc, Harvard Business School …), attained through his work with entrepreneurs. We are talking […]...

Jose Antonio de Miguel

Ash Maurya is the author of one of the leading books for entrepreneurs: Running Lean. As the book’s webpage states: “Ash is praised for offering some of the best and most practical advice out there for entrepreneurs. He challenges the notion that start-ups should plan based on gut, intuition and luck. Instead he applies a […]...

Javier García

Julian Birkinshaw is Professor and Chair of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at the London Business School. He is co-founder of the Management Lab (MLab), Fellow of the British Academy (FBA), and Fellow of the Academy of International Business. Professor Birkinshaw’s main area of expertise is in strategy and management of large multinational corporations, in concrete in […]...

Consejo Editorial

Tyler Cowen is a professor of economics at the George Mason University and coauthor of one of the world’s most successful economics blog: Marginal Revolution. The variety of topic the blog covers, always examined through the lens of economics, makes him an extremely prolific author. He has written books about the economics of art, about […]...

Abel Fernández

Daron Acemoglu is one of the most influential and acclaimed economists of his generation. Winner of the John Bates Clark Medal, his academic works have broadened our understanding of the role of institutions in economic development. After years of scholarly focus, he has summarized many of his findings in a very accessible (and self-recommending!) book […]...

Consejo Editorial

Guy Kawasaki is the author of eleven books including What the Plus!, Reality Check, The Art of the Start, Rules for Revolutionaries, How to Drive Your Competition Crazy, Selling the Dream, and The Macintosh Way. He is also the co-founder of Alltop.com, an “online magazine rack” of popular topics on the web, and a founding partner at […]...