Consultancy, Lectures & Courses for Companies and Others

Private and public companies

  • AES, Caracas
  • AMR Research, Boston
  • Anthemis, London
  • Balderton Capital, CEO retreat, U.K.
  • Bankinter Foundation, Future Trends Forum, Madrid
  • CISCO Emerging Markets, London
  • CISCO SYSTEMS, San Jose, CA
  • CISCO-CUD (Connected Urban Development) San Francisco, CA
  • CVG, Guayana
  • Cyrte Investments, Amsterdam
  • EGG, London
  • Ericsson, Stockholm
  • GENAUT, Caracas and Palo Alto, CA
  • Grupo GALAC, Caracas
  • IBM, Armonk, N.Y.
  • MCC, Mondragon, Basque Country
  • MOVISTAR, Spain
  • MyB Solutions, Caracas
  • OTEPI, Caracas
  • PDVSA, Venezuela
  • PDVSA-CIED, Venezuela
  • PDVSA-INTEVEP, Venezuela
  • Penteo ICT Analyst, Barcelona, Spain
  • Polar, Venezuela
  • Price Waterhouse, Coopers, The Hague
  • Shell Scenarios and Future Energy teams, Amsterdam (Via Tallberg Foundation, Sweden)
  • Sisex, Caracas
  • SIVENSA, Valencia
  • SOGETI, Technology Research Institute (VINT), Amsterdam
  • TELEFONICA, Spain
  • Venalum, Guayana
  • Warburg Pincus, New York

Industry and management associations

  • ADEX, Exporters Association of Perú
  • AETIC, Association of Electronics, Information Technology and Communications Industry, Spain
  • AIMM, Association Metallurgical and Mining Industries, Guayana
  • ALABIC, Latin American Association of Capital Goods Producers
  • ALAFACE, Latin American Brewers Association
  • ANRI, Human Resources Association of Venezuela
  • APDC, Portuguese Association for the Development of Communications, Lisbon
  • ASOFOFA, Industrial Promotion Asociation, Chile
  • ASUT, Swiss Telecommunications Summit, Bern
  • AVE, Venezuelan Managment Association
  • Fundación Bankinter, Foro Tendencias Futuras, Madrid
  • CANTO, Caribbean Association of National Telecommunications Organizations
  • CANTV, Venezuelan Telecommunications Company
  • Carabobo State Management Association, Venezuela
  • CEPET, PDVSA, Venezuela
  • CEPROCA, Venezuela
  • CONINDUSTRIA, Venezuela
  • Estonian Management Conference, Parnu, Estonia
  • FUNDAMETAL, Venezuela
  • FTTH Council of Europe, Milan Conference
  • ICARE, Chile
  • Norsk Investorforum, Norwegian Investors Association

Foundations and other institutions

  • ALC, The Swedish Center for Working Life, Sweden
  • ALEMO, Venezuela
  • Apalancar (NGO support network), Venezuela
  • ASTUR/Central Bank, Uruguay
  • Broadband Cities, Amsterdam
  • CEPREMAP, France
  • Chilean Association of Biotechnologists
  • Construcao Sustentavel (Sustainable Construction), Human Habitat, Lisbon
  • CRIMPO, Venezuela
  • DEMOS, U.K.
  • EUREKA, Caracas
  • FIM-productividad, Venezuela
  • Fundación GAIA, Venezuela
  • Fundación GALAC, Venezuela
  • Fundacion Pais Digital, Chile
  • FUNDAPYME, Venezuela
  • FUNDES, Latin America
  • GRADE, Peru
  • Global Commission on Climate Change, Economic Advisory Panel
  • IANIS+/Eris@, Brussels
  • IDEC, Venezuela
  • IDRC, Canada
  • Institute of Engineering, Venezuela
  • INTEC, Chile
  • National Library of Venezuela
  • NESTA (NGO promoting innovation) UK
  • NORISS, Norway
  • O'Reilly Media Web 2.0 Expo New York
  • Presidential Comittee for Industrial Competitiveness, Venezuela
  • Presidential Comittee for the 5th Centennial, Venezuela
  • PROPYME, Venezuela
  • Revista SIC, Venezuela
  • Venezuela Competitiva
  • WAPES, World Association of Public Employment Services, Amsterdam Workshop

Festschrift

Techno-Economic Paradigms: Essays in Honour of Carlota Perez
Wolfgang Drechsler, Rainer Kattel, Erik S. Reinert (eds.) Published by The Anthem; Other Canon Series 2009
ISBN 13:978 1 84331 785 2

Techno-economic paradigm shifts are at the core of general, innovation-based theory of economic and societal development as conceived by Carlota Perez. Her book on the subject, Technological Revolutions and Financial Capital, is a seminal enunciation of the theory, and has had immense influence on business strategy, national and international development programmes, and academic research on the subject.

Techno-Economic Paradigms presents a series of essays by the leading academics in the field discussing the theory of techno-economic paradigm shifts, and its role in explaining processes of innovation and development. This festschrift honours Carlota Perez.

Wolfgang Drechsler is Professor and Chair of Governance, Rainer Kattel is Professor and Chair of Innovation Policy and Technology Governance, and ,Erik S. Reinert is Professor of Technology Governance and Development Strategies at Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia. Reinert is also Chairman of The Other Canon Foundation, Norway