Jacobo Ramirez

P R I M A R Y  R E S E A R C H  A R E A S


  • Business development in emerging markets
  • Human Resource Management (HRM)
  • Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs)




C O M M U N I C A T I O N


2015 Jacobo Ramirez; Sven Benjamin Modrow / Building a 'Milky Way' from Denmark to Latin America and the Caribbean
Cranfield : Case Centre 2015, 10 p. Other contribution 2013 Jacobo Ramirez / Vestas and the Indigenous Communities in Oaxaca, Mexico : Clean Energy gets Messy.
Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School, CBS 2013, 22 p. Other contribution




S E L E C T E D P U B L I C A T I O N S





C O U R S E S


  • BA-BLC-Spanish Studies Years 1 & 2
  • KAN-CBL-OMSP-Organization and Management in Regional Context
  • KAN-CBL-GISP-Governance and Institutions in Regional Context
  • BSc Soc -Mixed Methods




I N  T H E  M E D I A


2014 En bønne i sækken er bedre end en pesos i banken 25/04/2014 // Landbrugsavisen // Mathies Hvid Toft 2013 Peru er et overset marked blandt danske virksomheder 24/09/2013 // Presswire.dk





Assistant Professor,

Assistant Professor in 

Latin American 

Business Development

Room: DAL/2Ø.024

Tel:+4538152456

Mobile:+4531349184

E-mail: jara.msc@cbs.dk

Jacobo Ramirez’s research interests focus on the areas of HRM, leadership and organisational change in complex institutional environments (e.g. security risks, social unrest, displacement and fragile states). Through studying private sector, in particular Danish firms in the Global South, Jacobo has been able to design novel methodologies and strategies to study and propose HRM strategies to overcome institutional change. Jacobo’s current research agenda focuses on the innovative HRM and organisational strategies in public and private organisations in Denmark and the Global South, where they aim to integrate an international workforce and to overcome security risk, respectively.

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