Professor and Associate Dean Carlos Baradello, Ph.D.
Professor Carlos Baradello, Associate Dean of International and Executive Programs for the School of Management has a rare distinction in the academic world: he is a renowned authority on the contemporary trend of “near-shoring,” which is the practice of North American corporations sending business operations out of the country, but not out of the hemisphere — with a particular emphasis on South America.
As a recognition of his stature, he was recently interviewed in the publication NEARSHORING AMERICAS, The Latin America Outsourcing Authority
. The article is entitled: The Outspoken Professor: The Best and Worst Things About Nearshoring
Given that title, it’s clear that the writer and editors understood who they were speaking to — and Professor Baradello does not disappoint, giving clear and cogent near and long term analysis of the Nearshoring situation today as it applies to specific South American countries and specific business operations. CLICK TO READ THE BARADELLO INTERVIEW