SE@G's Global Feasibility Studies allow faculty and students to work with individuals and organizations committed to global development projects. In this program, we thoroughly analyze and make business cases for innovative and high-impact projects set in developing countries and regions. To execute these studies, SE@G provides financial support and then assembles a team of students based on a competitive application process. The selected students work pro bono under the direct supervision of an experienced Goizueta faculty member from early June through late October to determine both the feasibility of, and optimal structure for, the impact-oriented ideas brought forth by our clients.
Entrepreneur Accelerators in Latin America
SE@G is pleased to announce an exciting research project that we will be conducting with TechnoServe (TNS) in the spring and summer of 2016. This project will deploy carefully-selected and trained teams of graduate students to study critical questions relating to entrepreneur acceleration in four Latin American countries (Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and El Salvador). The project will leverage quantitative data collected from programs to isolate how early-stage entrepreneurial outcomes through the acceleration process vary systematically across participating countries, and then design and execute a multi-method study to better understand the drivers of these cross-country contrasts. See project proposal for more details.
Graduate students (from various U.S. and Latin American Universities) are currently being recruited to participate in this unique project. Interested students should apply by November 30, 2015.
Join the Research Team as a Graduate Student Researcher