Editorial Team

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María Helena Jáen

Editorial Coordinator CBCCEditorial Coordinator CBCC

Andrés Mauricio Caviedes

The CBCC has an Editor, elected by the Editorial Board, who is responsible for the administration of the collection. The Editor is the interlocutor of the consortium with the public and his work is supported by an editorial coordinator

Currently, the administrative coordination of the collection is carried out by the Universidad de los Andes.

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How can I submit a case to CBCC?

There are only two alternatives for submitting a case: (a) through CLADEA or BALAS conferences -open to any interested teacher-, or (b) through the process established by each of our allied schools -restricted to teachers affiliated to the allied schools-.

See more here: publishing alternatives

How can my school/organization become a member of CBCC?

Interested schools/organizations may apply to be part of the CBCC. The editorial board will consider the application after the school/organization has met the entry and retention requirements. One of these requirements is the commitment to submit at least two high quality cases annually.

See more here: Admission and permanence requirements

In what languages must my case be written to be sent to CBCC?

Cases must be written in English, Spanish or Portuguese. If the case is accepted then it will go through a process that will improve its editorial quality. The process includes proofreading and translation into a second language. All CBCC cases will be published in English and in a second language (Spanish or Portuguese).

What kind of cases do you evaluate at CBCC?

The CBCC is open to different types of cases such as: (a) Decision cases with dilemma, (b) Negotiation cases, (c) Descriptive cases with or without protagonists, (d) Raw cases, etc. The CBCC also receives cases that describe both real and fictitious situations. The central criterion to be taken into consideration by interested teachers is that their case should be participant-centered and promote the active participation of students. 

How can I consult the CBCC cases?

CBCC cases are available on the Harvard Business Publishing (HBP) case platform. 

Click on the link to view CBCC cases

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Editorial Coordination

E-mail: cap.adm@uniandes.edu.co

Universidad de los Andes, Bogota, Colombia

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