- The CERI
CERI corporate partnership provides companies with an expertise based on a rigorous methodology of social sciences and a first-hand knowledge of our scholars’ research terrains all over the world.
Our partners value CERI’s input as a complementary contribution to their own strategic perception of international, regional and country-level developments. By joining our corporate programs, they acknowledge that understanding social and political contexts and trends is essential for a better anticipation of opportunities and risks in order to invest, set up business and establish a lasting presence in the various international markets.
Partners can enjoy interaction with CERI’s activities, including:
- Membership in OMER – the emerging countries observatory specifically tailored for the needs of our corporate partners;
- Country analysis briefings for business executives and company leaders;
- Participation in conferences, workshops or restricted roundtable debates;
- Subscription to the Les Etudes du CERI working papers series and early access to our other publications.
Corporate partners contribute to the development of CERI’s research capacities. They help us preserve the excellence of our scientific work and remain a world-class forum of informed debate on international issues.
Companies willing to joint CERI partnership program and to support us are invited to conclude a corporate patronage convention with Sciences Po
CAF-CERI Visiting Fellowship
Starting in 2013, CERI offers a Visiting Fellowship Program and provides a stipend for junior or mid-career Latin American scholars wishing to conduct research in one of the center’s research areas for a period from one to three months in Paris. The fellowship is endowed thanks to a grant funded by CAF - Development Bank of Latin America.
CAF is a multilateral financial institution that mobilizes resources from international markets to Latin America, in order to provide multiple financial and technical assistance services to public and private sector clients in shareholder countries. The institution is committed to sustainable development and regional integration. Headquartered in Caracas, CAF was established in 1970. At present, it has offices in Buenos Aires, La Paz, Brasilia, Bogota, Quito, Panama City, Asuncion, Lima, Madrid, and Montevideo. Its shareholders are Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Jamaica, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Portugal, Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, Uruguay, Venezuela, and 14 private banks in the region.
Norma Muñoz (Université de Santiago du Chili)
Lorena Oyarzun (Université du Chili)
- Mario Ranalletti, National University "3 February", Buenos Aires (Fall-Winter 2014).
- Deisy Ventura, associate professor, Instituto de Relações Internacionais, Universidade de São Paulo (May 2013).
- Juan Carlos Ruiz Vasquez, associate professor, head of the Master's program in political science and international internationales, Universidad del Rosario, Bogota (Fall 2013).