The Noise and Rhythm of the Markets Nahuatl was the language of the Aztecs, spoken in Central Mexico since at least the 7th century and still spoken today by almost two million people in Mexico and Central America. In nahuatl mitote is a word from mitotiqui (dancer) and itotia (to dance). However, nowadays in Mexico the word also has the connotation of “chaotic” or … [Read more...] about What Has Latin America Learned about Cluster Development Policies?
Besides stunning landscapes, abundant natural resources, folklore, music and a joyful approach to life, Costa Rica and Ireland have in common openness to internationalization. Both countries illustrate —with different strategies—the importance of the macroeconomic context, institutions, and the trade regime to successfully attract foreign direct investment. Despite the near … [Read more...] about What do Ireland and Costa Rica Have in Common? A World of Possibilities.