The Nissan Chair of Corporate Strategy and International Competitiveness develops and promotes research and teaching methods affecting business management from an international perspective and from a general management standpoint.
Its research centers on the study of the interrelationship between the competitiveness of countries and companies.
For nearly 20 years, the Chair, together with the Center for Globalization and Strategy, has been the Spanish member of the Global Competitiveness Report, the annual report of the World Economic Forum.
- The process of globalization. The origins of international competitiveness.
- Competitiveness and profitability in the Spanish financial sector. The impact of information technology in general, and the internet in particular, on the financial services sector.
- Integration in merger and acquisition processes.
- Analysis of competitiveness of sectors, states and regions.