Fred van Eenennaam
Chairman: Prof. Dr. Fred van Eenennaam (The Netherlands)

Prof. van Eenennaam is the founder and Chairman of the Netherlands Institute for Competitiveness. His field of expertise is strategy. He is one of the first affiliates to Prof. Michael E. Porter’s Microeconomics of Competitiveness (MoC) Network at Harvard Business School. With Prof. Porter, he wrote The Dutch Flower Cluster Case. He has also supervised the creation of The Dutch Life Sciences Outlook and co-authored of several other cases in the topic of competitiveness and strategy. He is one of the founders of European MoC Chapter and also co-chairman to the Global Impact Council of Michael Porter’s MoC Network.

 Prof. Dr. Pablo Collazzo
Vice-Chairman: Prof. Dr. Pablo Collazzo-Yelpo (Austria)

Prof. Collazzo-Yelpo is the visiting Professor for Strategy and Innovation at the Vienna University of Economics. Aside from that, he has vivid experience in international teaching at various institutions, including Nyenrode University (the Netherlands), the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Spain), Grenoble Ecole de management (France). He is currently Corporate Programs Manager at the European Academy of Business in Society (EABIS) and serves as Strategic Adviser to the UNIDO. He had a previous career in consulting with PwC and Merrill Lynch. His academic background is in the field of management and economics, holding an MBA from Boston University and a PhD from ESADE. His professional and academic activities converge in the areas of sustainable industrial development, clusters and innovation, energy efficiency and climate change, corporate governance and socially responsible investing and CSR in emerging markets.

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The Netherlands Institute for Competitiveness is proud of the strong support from its Advisory Council, in which a great number of leading scholars in the field of competitiveness from all over the world gather. The NIC is delighted to develop and foster connection between Dutch competitiveness discussion and the global expert network.

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*Profile of scholar members in the Advisory Council can be found based on location of their affiliations.