had a case published in
Case Research Journal
titled, "Core Foods: To Withdraw or Not to Withdraw Core Meals."
Marco Aponte Moreno
wrote an article about the collapse of the opposition in Venezuela, "Venezuela's Opposition is on the Verge of Collapse," which was published in the
Chicago Tribune and the
presented, "Reconceiving the 'Adam Smith Problem': The Problem of Justice," at the 2017 International Vincentian Business Ethics Conference, hosted at the Institute for Business and Professional Ethics at DePaul University in Chicago, IL.
published an article in the International Journal of Arts Management, with co-author J Tomas Gomez-Arias, titled, "Distinctions Between Frequent Performing Arts Consumers: Implications for Segmentation and Positioning," Volume 20, number 1 (Fall 2017).
presented a research paper co-authored with Tee Lim titled, "Reversing the Negative Skewness of Value Portfolios with Power-Log Optimization and Options, Produces Smaller Drawdowns and Higher Risk-Adjusted Returns," at the OptionMetrics Research Conference in New York in October.
returned from the Southeastern Academy of Legal Studies in Business annual conference in Atlanta, GA where he presented a research paper titled, "From Labor Rights to Tax Transparency: Using Norway's GPFG as a Model for Advancing Human Rights in ESG Investment."
was invited to speak at the at the "India at Seventy" conference at Cal Poly Pomona's Ahimsa Center, where one of the special guests in attendance was Professor Rajmohan Gandhi from University of Illinois, the grandson of Mahatma M. K. Gandhi.