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James E. Austin, Ph.D.
Founder and Mentor Dr. James E. Austin, referred to by the London Financial Times as the "Harvard Business School's guru on developing countries," currently holds the Eliot I. Snider and Family Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School as a Professor Emeritus, where he created the Management in Developing Countries course. For more than twenty years, his research has been dedicated to strategic management in developing and emerging economies. Dr. Austin served as the Director of Agribusiness Programs at the Central American Management Institute (INCAE). In 1980, the World Bank commissioned him to write Agroindustrial Project Analysis, a book that is still in use today. In addition to teaching and writing, Dr. Austin has worked to strengthen management schools around the world. He is internationally recognized as a leading authority on strategic management and provides consulting services to a wide variety of clients. He is the co-chairman of Harvard's Social Enterprise Initiative.


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James E. Austin, Ph.D., Founder and Mentor
James E. Austin, Ph.D., Founder and Mentor Dr. James E. Austin, referred to by the London Financial Times as the "Harvard Business School's guru on developing countries," currently holds the Eliot I. Snider and Family Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School as a Professor, Emeritus, where he created the Management in Developing Countries course. For more than twenty years, his research has been dedicated to strategic management in developing and emerging economies. Dr. Austin served as the Director of Agribusiness Programs at the Central American Management Institute (INCAE). In 1980, the World Bank commissioned him to write Agroindustrial Project Analysis, a book that is still in use today. In addition to teaching and writing, Dr. Austin has worked to strengthen management schools around the world. He is internationally recognized as a leading authority on strategic management and provides consulting services to a wide variety of clients. He is the co-chairman of Harvard's Social Enterprise Initiative.


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James E. Austin, John G. McLean Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School


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James E. Austin of the Harvard Business School began publishing on this topic early in the last decade:
Where once “corporate giving� meant writing an annual check to a favorite charity, more recently businesses and nonprofit organizations (NPOs) have joined forces to achieve their separate, but related missions. Austin went on to add that, “We’ll see the stark differences between NPOs and businesses diminish, revealing a new world of integrated, rather than independent, sectors.�


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