Bernardo Kliksberg is an Argentine Doctor of Economics, recognized around the world as the founder of a new discipline, social management, and as a pioneer of development ethics, social capital and corporate social responsability.
Bernardo Kliksberg is the author of 56 books and hundreds of works on critical areas of development, corporate social responsibility, senior management, social capital, the fight against poverty, ethics and economics.
Bernardo Kliksberg most recent works are “Ethics for CEOS” (2013, four editions, translated into English), “How to fight poverty and inequality” (2013), the international best seller “People first” (19 editions) written with the Nobel Laurete in Economics, Amartya Sen, “Social enterpreunership” (2012), “Escándalos Eticos” (declared to be of cultural interest by the Legislature of The City of Buenos Aires, six editions), and “Más ética, mas desarrollo” (19 editions).
Bernardo Kliksberg has been invited by Governments, corporation, civil society organizations and Universities around the world to give thousands of lectures on his ideas. Invited by China he lectures there in December 2012. One of his recent books was published in Mandarin. He gave the Braibant Honor lecture at the International Congress on Administrative Sciences (IIAS, Mexico, June 20, 2012).
Bernardo Kliksberg has been an advisor to more than 30 countries and many international organizations, among them the UN, UNDP, UNESCO, UNICEF, the International Labour Organization, the World Health Organization, the Organization of American States and the Pan American Health Organization
On September 2013, Bernardo Kliksberg was appointed by the Committee on World Food Security (CFS) as a member of the Steering Committee of the High Level Panel of Experts on Food Security and Nutriont (HLPE), that is integrated by 15 “prominent experts” selected by their merits. He has been awarded dozens of honorary doctorate by universities in multiple countries.
Bernardo Kliksberg is currently the Special Advisor to the United Nations Development Programme’s (UNDP) Bureau for Political Development. He is President of the Ibero-American Network of Universities for Corporate Social Responsibility (composed of 250 universities from 23 different countries), President of the Latin-American network of Universities for Social Entrerpreneurship (integrated by 100 Universities of 15 countries).
Bernardo Kliksberg is the Chief Advisor (on a volunteer bases) for the NGO TECHO, which has built eighty thousand homes for families in extreme poverty, is on the ground in nineteen countries, and has four hundred thousand young volunteers.
Laurete Argentine educative Channel Encuentro, produced two series of 25 chapters each on his thinking, “The Kilksberg Report”. It was distinguished by the Parliament, both branches, replicated by Uruguay National TV, and in replaying process by TV channels of Mexico, Peru, Costa Rica, Bolivia and Paraguay.