Bruno Cassiman

IESE Business School

University of Navarra


Professor Cassiman’s research interests have centered on the economics of strategy and innovation with a particular focus on the connections between science and industry in the innovation process. He is former department editor of the Business Strategy department at Management Science.

Vote History

Statement Vote Confidence Comments
A hard Brexit will have a significant negative impact on many businesses, even if they do not have a U.K. or European presence. Agree 9
In the absence of a carbon tax, industry self-regulation can help mitigate the worst fallout from climate change. Disagree 9 “How many examples of optimal self-regulation of an externality do we know?”
Restrictions on skilled immigration will cause US firms to to shift more operations overseas. Agree 8 “The measure would reinforce the trend of increasing R&D investments outside the U.S. and Europe by companies headquartered in these regions.”
Uber has to develop self-driving cars in the next 10 years in order to remain viable. Disagree 9 “Uber is experimenting to figure out the path toward staying relevant. Getting into the development of self-driving cars is one possible path they are exploring.”
A trade war will be more disruptive to business than to consumers. Did Not Answer
Concern over consumer privacy will fundamentally limit businesses’ ability to use big data. Agree 7 “It will depend on how this gets legally implemented as it creates some transaction costs which might affect large versus small players differently.”