Monterey Institute of International Studies

Yuwei Shi

First Name
Yuwei
Last Name
Shi
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Job Title
Dean, Graduate School of International Policy and Management
Location
McCone 215
City, State, ZIP
Monterey,CA 93940
Phone
(831) 647-4140
Language(s)
中文

Dr. Yuwei Shi is Dean and Professor of Strategic Management His research focuses on competitive strategy, high-tech venture and business model development and evaluation.  He has published over three dozen papers in peer-reviewed journals and a number of books and chapters.  Dr. Shi has taught MBA and doctoral programs in nearly a dozen universities across the globe, in addition to having won the Excellence in Teaching Award at the Monterey Institute in 2008, and the Allen Griffith Teaching Award in 2009.

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Philip S Carmichael

First Name
Philip
Last Name
Carmichael
Job Title
Adjunct Professor
Location
GSIPM
City, State, ZIP
Monterey, CA 93940
Phone
831.647.4155
Language(s)
日本語

What is it that you are most excited about?

I am most excited about helping bridge the gap of understanding; both culturally and in a business context between Western and Asian societies, especially China and Japan.

 

What do you enjoy most about being a professor at MIIS?

The intellectual curiosity and excellence of the students makes teaching at MIIS a great experience.

Expertise

China-US business issues

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IPSG 8509 - UndrstndChineseCorpsFromInside      

Understanding 21st century China will be critical to both corporate and national success in the coming years. Utilizing thirty years of knowledge gained through experience in dealing with the PRC government, Lenovo, HuaWei, and Haier (China’s leading companies); this course will analyze Chinese corporate culture and dealings ranging from negotiations, government intervention, to general rule of law and guanxi. A mastery of the aforementioned will provide or enrich an existing foundation geared toward successful dealings in China.

Fall 2013 - MIIS

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IPSG 8592 / IPOL 8592 - UnderstandingChineseCapitalism      

After two global financial crises, Western capitalism is under fire both in North American and in Europe. A new form of capitalism is emerging; which may signal a paradigm shift in how the world does business. China has emerged as a major economic player; and is evolving its own form of economic activity, “Chinese Capitalism“. This course will explore Chinese capitalism in depth from the perspective of three major Chinese corporate entities. It will provide a framework in which to both understand how to interact with Chinese capitalism, and where these trends will take us in the future. Using a simulation, it will also use a live example on how to best interact within the paradigm of Chinese capitalism.

Fall 2012 - MIIS, Fall 2013 - MIIS

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MBAG 8609 / IMGT 8609 - UndrstndChineseCorpsFromInside      

Understanding 21st century China will be critical to both corporate and national success in the coming years. Utilizing thirty years of knowledge gained through experience in dealing with the PRC government, Lenovo, HuaWei, and Haier (China’s leading companies); this course will analyze Chinese corporate culture and dealings ranging from negotiations, government intervention, to general rule of law and guanxi. A mastery of the aforementioned will provide or enrich an existing foundation geared toward successful dealings in China.

Fall 2012 - MIIS, Fall 2013 - MIIS

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WKSH 8509 - UndrstndChineseCorpsFromInside      

Understanding 21st century China will be critical to both corporate and national success in the coming years. Utilizing thirty years of knowledge gained through experience in dealing with the PRC government, Lenovo, HuaWei, and Haier (China’s leading companies); this course will analyze Chinese corporate culture and dealings ranging from negotiations, government intervention, to general rule of law and guanxi. A mastery of the aforementioned will provide or enrich an existing foundation geared toward successful dealings in China.

Fall 2012 - MIIS

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Recent Accomplishments

-Highest ranking non-Chinese at China's biggest branded company

-Founder and contributor to Saltire Foundation in the United Kingdom, which provides college juniors with real life    experiences in US and Asia through internships

-Peer selected head of American Chamber of Commerce in China 

 

Previous Work

CEO: Unisteel, 3,000 employees in China

President: Haier Asia Pacific, billion dollar PL

Chairman Asia/Corporate VP: Lexmark International, formerly IBM printer division. Lead team in 13 Asian countries with 6,000 employees and started JVs with Fujitsu, Lennovo and expanded partnership with Samsung.

 

Education

PhD Honors, Business Administration. University of Abertay Dundee.

MBA, University of Chicago

BSc, Far East Division. University of Maryland.

 

 

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Brooke Higgins

First Name
Brooke
Last Name
Higgins
brooke_head_shot
Job Title
Adjunct Professor
Location
McCone 118, 460 Pierce St
City, State, ZIP
Monterey, CA 93940
Phone
831.647.4155
Language(s)
Español
português
Expertise

Brooke Higgins has balanced a career in education, marketing and entrepreneurship with over 15 years of experience as an educator and over 10 years as both a marketing manager and entrepreneur. Brooke started his career as a teacher in the inner city of Chicago in 1996. After moving to Santiago, Chile, Brooke co-founded and managed all sales and marketing efforts for Job Express, a classified advertising publication focused on employment. Brooke later received his MBA in International Managment with a specialization in Marketing from the Monterey Institute of International Studies. Thereafter, he joined the marketing team at HSBC Card and Retail Services in Salinas, CA. During his studies, Brooke founded, marketed and managed CROSSWALK Educational Services, a boutique tutoring agency which continues to serve the Monterey Peninsula. Brooke later became a franchisor in 2007 with Smoothie King #776 and then served as Brand Marketing Manager with Discount School Supply. Brooke returned to the classroom full time in 2011 but continues to serve as a marketing consultant for small businesses. He started teaching marketing in 2011 and continues to teach marketing management at the Monterey Institute of International Studies.

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MBAG 8570 / IMGT 8570 - Marketing Mgmt for non-MBA      

Marketing Management for Non-MBAs is an introduction to the theory and practice of marketing management, focusing on the basic principles and concepts of marketing, for example, marketing mix, the value proposition, market segmentation, the establishment of marketing goals, and the formulation of marketing strategies. This course will help students develop a holistic view of marketing and understand the integration of marketing to other business activities. The course will be conducted using both lecture and case methods and active student participation is both encouraged and required.

Fall 2011 - MIIS, Spring 2012 - MIIS, Fall 2012 - MIIS, Spring 2013 - MIIS, Fall 2013 - MIIS, Spring 2014 - MIIS, Fall 2014 - MIIS

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Monica Bray, Ph.D.

First Name
Monica
Last Name
Bray
monica_bray
Job Title
Adjunct Professor
Phone
831.647.4155

In addition to being an adjunct professor at the MIIS, Monica Bray is currently a financial consultant to organizations and individuals around the globe and the Director of Finance & Policy at the National Laboratory for Education Transformation.  Previously, she had an extensive career in financial services and wealth management, working with some of the most respected financial institutions in the US and as an independent entrepreneur.

 

Expertise

Economics, Finance, Strategy, Wealth Management

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IMGT 8538 - Finance Fundamentals Non-MBAs      

This course covers the foundations of finance with applications in corporate finance. It discusses many of the major financial decisions made by managers and investors, emphasizing the process of valuation and capital budgeting. Topics include an introduction to corporate finance, financial statements, cash flow, financial models, valuation, capital budgeting, risk, and return.

Fall 2011 - MIIS, Fall 2012 - MIIS

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IMGT 8623 - Money, Banking & Intl Finance      

This course is designed to introduce the theory and operation of the financial systems. Particular emphasis will be given to the operation of the financial system. Topics to be covered include the structure and operation of the Federal Reserve System (FRS), the functions and impact of non-bank financial institutions, the ongoing and significant institutional modifications occurring in the US and the global financial system, some basics of monetary and aggregate economic theory, and the conduct of monetary policy. The course assists students in understanding the relationships between economic variables, (prices, money stocks, output, and employment), and institutional entities, (Central Banks, Commercial Banks, Non-Bank Financial intermediaries, the Treasury, the FED, and the IMF, ECB). In addition, students will develop a set of tools for analyzing and evaluating changes in these economic and institutional variables. This course will prepare students for further study in international finance and banking.

Fall 2012 - MIIS

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Education

M.A., Economics, University of Southern California
Ph.D., Political Economy & Public Policy , University of Southern California

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Ryan D. Schill

First Name
Ryan
Last Name
Schill
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Job Title
Adjunct Professor
Location
McCone
Phone
801-592-6080
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Marketing, Consumer Behavior, Behavioral Economics, Entrepreneurial Finance, Investments, Entrepreneurship, Creativity Management and Social Impact Innovation

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Hindsight, Judgement and Decision-Making in UK Household Portfolio Allocation

Gireesh Shrimali

First Name
Gireesh
Last Name
Shrimali
gireesh-shrimali
Job Title
Assistant Professor, Energy Economics and Business
Location
McGowan 320C
Phone
831-647-4159
Language(s)
हिन्दी

I am passionate about: climate change mitigation via development of new technologies

What excites me about being a professor at MIIS: is the opportunity to research in and teach internationally relevant topics

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Economics, Policy, and Busines of Energy, Environment, and Sustainable Development

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IEPG 8512 - Quant Mthd for Env Sci & Polcy      

This course introduces the use of quantitative methods in environmental analysis. Students will learn how to apply basic principles of natural science to a variety of globally important environmental problems. Topics covered include estimation techniques and stock-flow modeling; population and resource use; biogeochemical cycles; acid deposition; climate change; stratospheric ozone depletion; toxic pollution and public health; and ionizing radiation. Coursework features weekly readings, bi-weekly quantitative problem sets, a mid-term exam, and a final exam. This is a challenging course for students with limited math and science backgrounds, but no student who works diligently will be left behind. The methods taught in this course have proven useful not only for aspiring environmental scientists, but also for those working in public policy, environmental law, ecological economics, international development, business, and journalism.

Spring 2014 - MIIS

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IEPG 8623 - Sem:Bus Models for Sustain Dev      

This seminar explores the growing role of the private sector in promoting sustainable development goals in low and middle income countries through core business activities. The overarching aim of such business models is to reduce poverty and promote sustainability by: 1) stimulating access to global markets and supply chains; 2) delivering affordable and sustainable goods and services; 3) responding to the demands of climate change mitigation and adaptation; and/or 4) promoting local capacities for sustainable production. The seminar will examine case studies of five business models, ranging from small-scale, for-profit and non-profit enterprises to partnerships between multinational corporations and NGOs and/or development agencies. Students will work in teams to undertake their own case studies. Together, we will seek to draw lessons for scalability.

Spring 2014 - MIIS

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IEPG 8626 - Environmental Science &RiskMgt      

The first (and major) part of the course focuses on conventional (e.g., oil, gas, and coal) and renewable (e.g., bio-fuels, wind, and solar) energy finance, using tools from corporate finance. In this course, students will study financial statement analysis, valuation and capital budgeting, and risk management. Students will also analyze case problems and learn to apply theories to “real world” practice, which goes beyond energy to general environmental problems, such as in carbon as well as natural capital management.

The second part of the course briefly introduces the use of quantitative methods in environmental analysis. Students will learn how to apply basic principles of natural science to a variety of globally important environmental problems. The methods taught in this course have proven useful not only for aspiring environmental scientists and engineers, but also for those working in public policy, environmental law, ecological economics, international development, business, and journalism.

Fall 2014 - MIIS

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IEPG 8670 - Energy & Environmntal Markets      

In the past 30 years, some of the largest industries have made the transition from a regulated to market-based paradigm. Managers in many transportation, information technology, and energy companies have had to devise strategies to cope with changes in economic regulations and the evolution of new markets and trading platforms. The energy industries feature a complex mix of regulation and market-driven incentives. As classic economic regulation of energy markets has been reduced, however, environmental concerns have increased and spawned a new set of regulations leading to new business challenges and opportunities.
Drawing on the tools of economics and finance, we study the business and public policy issues that these changes have raised in energy markets. Topics include the effects of competition, scarcity and seller market power on energy prices; the regulation and deregulation of energy markets; environmental impacts and policies related to energy production and use; the economics of alternative energy sources; the development and effect of organized spot, futures, and derivative markets in energy; antitrust and competition policy; and the transportation and storage of energy commodities. We examine the economic determinants of industry structure and evolution of competition among firms in these industries; investigate successful and unsuccessful strategies for entering new markets and competing in existing markets; and analyze the rationale for and effects of public policies in energy markets.

OBJECTIVES

• To introduce students to energy markets by examining the underlying economic principles.

• To demonstrate how antitrust and competition policy affects the functioning of energy markets.

• To introduce basic concepts in energy finance as related to the functioning of energy markets.

• To examine environmental impacts and economics of energy production and use.

• To understand how economics of alternative energy sources work differently from conventional ones.

Fall 2013 - MIIS

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IEPG 8672 - Envrnmntl&NatrlResourceFinance      

Energy is not only a multi-trillion dollar industry but is also closely linked to the global warming problem. Further, efficient natural resource management is becoming key to ensuring a sustainable future. Financing, in addition to technology and policy, will play a key part in addressing the twin goals of energy security and a greener planet.
This is a course on natural resource finance, with focus on energy; using tools from corporate finance, with application to project finance as well as venture capital. In this course, students will study energy industry structure and terminology; financial statement analysis, capital budgeting and risk analysis, relative valuation, and risk management in the energy industry.
Students will also analyze case problems addressing various course topics and learn to apply finance theories to “real world” practice, which goes beyond energy to general environmental problems, such as in carbon as well as natural capital management.

Spring 2013 - MIIS

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IEPG 8683 - DiffusnSustTechBottomOfPyramid      

One third of the world’s population — more than 2 billion people — lacks access to modern energy services to meet their basic energy needs with deleterious impacts on health, gender equity, socioeconomic development, and the environment. Expanding access to cleaner, more efficient energy systems for cooking, productive uses of heat and to electricity is critical to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) for reducing global poverty.

Successful project design and implementation requires an integrated approach, that addresses not only technical aspects but also the socio-cultural, financial and institutional barriers and opportunities that projects may face. This course will provide students with a framework needed to better understand and participate in the design, implementation and evaluation of rural energy systems that are socially, financially, physically, and environmentally sustainable. The learning from this course will also be applicable to other sustainable technologies, addressing issues related to natural resource management in general.

Specific questions to be addressed include:

 Why do rural energy projects fail?

 How does one improve adoption and use of the proposed systems?

 How does a program increase financial affordability for low-income customers?

 What are institutional barriers to energy projects and how does one address them?

Spring 2013 - MIIS

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IPOL 8670 - BusinssModels&SustnablEnergy       

Fall 2012 - MIIS

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MBAG 8561 / IMGT 8561 - Managerial Economics      

This course will cover the fundamental economic principles that can enable managers to make more efficient and economical decisions. Students will be provided with selected tools that can be used to aid and improve the making of economic decisions; that is, decisions involving choice. Economic principles, theories and models will be introduced and discussed in order to develop a basis for consistently considering and evaluating economic policies, practices and activities. Student’s ability to apply the material presented in print and in lecture will be the primary measure of success in this course.

Fall 2012 - MIIS, Fall 2013 - MIIS, Fall 2014 - MIIS

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MBAG 9623 - Sem:Bus Models for Sustain Dev      

This seminar explores the growing role of the private sector in promoting sustainable development goals in low and middle income countries through core business activities. The overarching aim of such business models is to reduce poverty and promote sustainability by: 1) stimulating access to global markets and supply chains; 2) delivering affordable and sustainable goods and services; 3) responding to the demands of climate change mitigation and adaptation; and/or 4) promoting local capacities for sustainable production. The seminar will examine case studies of five business models, ranging from small-scale, for-profit and non-profit enterprises to partnerships between multinational corporations and NGOs and/or development agencies. Students will work in teams to undertake their own case studies. Together, we will seek to draw lessons for scalability.

Spring 2014 - MIIS

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MBAG 9670 - Energy & Environmntal Markets      

In the past 30 years, some of the largest industries have made the transition from a regulated to market-based paradigm. Managers in many transportation, information technology, and energy companies have had to devise strategies to cope with changes in economic regulations and the evolution of new markets and trading platforms. The energy industries feature a complex mix of regulation and market-driven incentives. As classic economic regulation of energy markets has been reduced, however, environmental concerns have increased and spawned a new set of regulations leading to new business challenges and opportunities.
Drawing on the tools of economics and finance, we study the business and public policy issues that these changes have raised in energy markets. Topics include the effects of competition, scarcity and seller market power on energy prices; the regulation and deregulation of energy markets; environmental impacts and policies related to energy production and use; the economics of alternative energy sources; the development and effect of organized spot, futures, and derivative markets in energy; antitrust and competition policy; and the transportation and storage of energy commodities. We examine the economic determinants of industry structure and evolution of competition among firms in these industries; investigate successful and unsuccessful strategies for entering new markets and competing in existing markets; and analyze the rationale for and effects of public policies in energy markets.

OBJECTIVES

• To introduce students to energy markets by examining the underlying economic principles.

• To demonstrate how antitrust and competition policy affects the functioning of energy markets.

• To introduce basic concepts in energy finance as related to the functioning of energy markets.

• To examine environmental impacts and economics of energy production and use.

• To understand how economics of alternative energy sources work differently from conventional ones.

Fall 2013 - MIIS

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MBAG 9672 - Envrnmntl&NatrlResourceFinance      

Energy is not only a multi-trillion dollar industry but is also closely linked to the global warming problem. Further, efficient natural resource management is becoming key to ensuring a sustainable future. Financing, in addition to technology and policy, will play a key part in addressing the twin goals of energy security and a greener planet.

This is a course on natural resource finance, with focus on energy; using tools from corporate finance, with application to project finance as well as venture capital. In this course, students will study energy industry structure and terminology; financial statement analysis, capital budgeting and risk analysis, relative valuation, and risk management in the energy industry.

Students will also analyze case problems addressing various course topics and learn to apply finance theories to “real world” practice, which goes beyond energy to general environmental problems, such as in carbon as well as natural capital management.

Spring 2013 - MIIS

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MBAG 9683 - DiffusnSustTechBottomOfPyramid      

One third of the world’s population — more than 2 billion people — lacks access to modern energy services to meet their basic energy needs with deleterious impacts on health, gender equity, socioeconomic development, and the environment. Expanding access to cleaner, more efficient energy systems for cooking, productive uses of heat and to electricity is critical to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) for reducing global poverty.

Successful project design and implementation requires an integrated approach, that addresses not only technical aspects but also the socio-cultural, financial and institutional barriers and opportunities that projects may face. This course will provide students with a framework needed to better understand and participate in the design, implementation and evaluation of rural energy systems that are socially, financially, physically, and environmentally sustainable. The learning from this course will also be applicable to other sustainable technologies, addressing issues related to natural resource management in general.

Specific questions to be addressed include:

 Why do rural energy projects fail?

 How does one improve adoption and use of the proposed systems?

 How does a program increase financial affordability for low-income customers?

 What are institutional barriers to energy projects and how does one address them?

Spring 2013 - MIIS

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Research Focus 

Policy for renewable energy, innovation in the energy sector, and climate change in general. My previous work has included topics such as design of feed in tariffs; impact of policy on penetration of renewable sources in the US; and analysis of the solar mission, low carbon innovation system and business models for sustainable cook-stoves in India. I am currently leading projects evaluating the impact of policy on the diffusion and cost of renewable technologies – in particular, solar and wind – in both US and India.


Recent Accomplishments

    • Teaching “Energy and Natural Resource Finance” – the first course of its kind at MIIS
    • Working closely with the Indian government on cost-effective renewable energy policies
    • Establishing “The CPI-ISB Energy and Environment Program” at the Indian School of Business

        Previous Work

        Before joining MIIS, I was the Interim-Director of CPI-ISB Energy and Environment Program at Climate Policy Initiative (CPI). Prior to CPI I worked as an Assistant Professor at the Indian School of Business (ISB).

        Education

        • PhD: Electrical Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, January 2008
        • MS: Electrical Engineering, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, June 1993
        • BTech: Electrical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, India, June 1991

        Bibliography

        • Gireesh Shrimali, David Nelson, Shobhit Goel, Charith Konda, and Raj Kumar, 2013, “Renewable Deployment in India: Financing Costs and Implications for Policy,” Energy Policy, 62: 28-43.
        • Gireesh Shrimali and Sumala Chetty, 2013, “Renewable Energy Certificate Markets in India: A Review,” Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 26: 702-716.
        • Anshuman Sahoo and Gireesh Shrimali, 2013, “The Effectiveness of Domestic Content Criteria in India's Solar Mission,” Energy Policy, 62: 1470-1480.
        • Gireesh Shrimali and Steffen Jenner, 2013, “The Impact of State Policies on Deployment and Cost of Solar PV in the US: A Sector Specific Empirical Analysis,” Renewable Energy, 60: 679-690.
        • Santosh Harish, Shuba Raghavan, Milind Kandlikar, and Gireesh Shrimali, 2013, “Assessing the impact of the transition to LED-based solar lighting systems in India,” Energy for Sustainable Development, 17 (4), 363-370.
        • Carrie Armel, Abhay Gupta, Gireesh Shrimali, and Adrian Albert, 2013, “Disaggregation: The Holy Grail of Energy Efficiency?” Energy Policy, 52, 213-234.
        • Gireesh Shrimali and Sunali Rohra, 2012, “India’s Solar Mission: A Review,” Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 16, 6317-6332.
        • Andrea Sarzynski, Jeremy Larrieu, and Gireesh Shrimali, 2012, “The Impact of State Financial Incentives on Consumer Adoption of Solar Technology in the US,” Energy Policy, 46, 550-557.
        • Gireesh Shrimali, Xander Slaski, Mark Thurber, and Hisham Zerriffi, 2011, “Improved Stoves in India: A Study of Sustainable Business Models,” Energy Policy, 39 (11), 7543-7556.
        • Gireesh Shrimali and Joshua Kneifel, 2011, “Are Government Policies Effective in Promoting Deployment of Renewable Electricity Resources (in the US)?” Energy Policy, 39 (9), 4726-4741. 
        • Gireesh Shrimali and Erin Baker, 2011, “Optimal Feed-in Tariff Schedules,” IEEE Engineering Management, 99, 1-13 
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        Paul Breloff

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        Paul
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        Breloff
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        Founder and Managing Director, Accion Venture Lab

        Courses: Diligence Process and Decision in Impact Investment

        Expertise

        Paul Breloff founded and manages Venture Lab, an accion-sponsored seed stage investment initiative focused on the world’s most innovative financial inclusion startups.

        He conceived, built and lead all facets of global seed investment and portfolio management activities for Venture Lab, having sourced, analyzed and negotiated investments in India, Kenya, Mexico, Indonesia, Hong Kong, and the U.S. Has has also secured funding partnerships from Rockefeller Foundation, Gates Foundation, and CGAP, and advisory relationships with a range of other leaders in the financial inclusion space.

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        Miguel Granier

        First Name
        Miguel
        Last Name
        Granier
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        Founder and Managing Director, Invested Development

        Courses: Due Diligence Process and Decisions in Impact Investment

        Expertise

        Miguel is the Founder and Managing Director of Invested Development which launched in July 2009. Before founding Invested Development, he was the founding Investment Manager for First Light Ventures, a seed-stage social impact investment fund affiliated with Gray Ghost Ventures in Atlanta, Georgia.

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        Miguel began his career in social enterprise as a loan officer for ACCION New York in 2009 and continued that work as an independent consultant specializing in economic development and microfinance. In addition to his work in microfinance and social enterprise, Miguel has worked for the insurance giant Fidelity National Financial in New York and Delter Business Institute in Beijing, China.

        He holds a Master’s Degree in City and Regional Planning from the Georgia Institute of Technology with a specialization in Entrepreneurship and Economic Development.

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        Dr. Peter Robertson

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        Deutsch

        Dr. Peter Robertson is adjunct-professor at the Monterey Institute and associate of the Baak in the Netherlands. He is an experienced international consultant on leadership, organizational transformation and growth strategies.

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        Leadership, organizational growth strategies, organizational assessment, business ecology

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        Jay Badenhope

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        Jay
        Last Name
        Badenhope
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        Adjunct Professor
        City, State, ZIP
        Monterey, CA 93940

        Jay Badenhope has been marketing to small businesses for the last eight years and currently as a social media marketer for Intuit’s Small Business Group. As part of Intuit’s social content team, Jay manages the Intuit Small Business Blog, coordinates blogging strategy across multiple small business product blogs, and is leading small business video production and mobile content apps.

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        Business, small business, systems integration

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