BiographyJuan M. Rivera is a Faculty Fellow of the Kellogg Institute at Notre Dame and a member of both the Advisory Board and the Executive Board of the Institute of Latino Studies of Notre Dame. Prior to joining academia, he worked in international accounting and finance with an affiliate of Banque Nationale de Paris in Mexico City and with Eli Lilly and Company in the U.S. In 2004, he received a three year grant from the U.S. Agency for International Development for a program on agribusiness and economic development in Mexico.
Areas of Expertise
International Accounting - IFRS
Foreign Exchange Transactions
Foreign Reporting and Disclosures
Agribusiness and Development - NAFTA
BBA, Tecnologico de Monterrey
MS, University of Illinois
Ph D, University of Illinois
"Budgeting for International Operations: Impact on and Integration with Strategic Planning", (with Kenneth Milani), Management Accounting Quarterly, 12, 2011.
"NAFTA and the Campesinos - The Impact of NAFTA on Small-Scale Agricultural Producers in Mexico and Prospects for Change", University of Scranton Press, 2008.
"Rivera, J.M. and Ken Milani “The Rigorous Business of Budgeting for International Operations,” Management Accountin, Vol. 5, No. 2, pp. 38-50.", (with , Kenneth Milani), Management Accounting Quarterly, 5, 2004.
"Mexican Agriculture and NAFTA - Prospects for Change", (with Whiteford University of Arizona), Scranton University Press, November 01, 2008
"Mexican Agriculture and NAFTA - The Challenges Ahead", Scranton University Press, November 01, 2008
"Multinational Agribusiness and Small Corn Producers in Rural Mexico: New Alternatives for Agricultural Development", Scranton University Press, November 01, 2008
"The Impact of NAFTA on Small Producers in Mexico --Prospects for Change", (with Juan Rivera, Scott Whiteford, Chavez Chavez), University of Scranton Press, 2006
University of Valladolid, SPAIN, "The Social Entreprise as a New Model for Job Creation and Poverty Alleviation" (January 10, 2012).
Annual Conference, "The Azul Lavanda Social Enterprise in Rural Mexico" (January 4, 2012).
9th Annual Creative Teaching Conference -- World Academic Case Research Association, "United States - Mexico Internships: Exchanges and Scholarship Programs" ( 2006).
Business Assocation of Latin American Studies (BALAS), "TIES: A Case of Cooperation on Rural Development and Small Business Entrepreneurs" (May 12, 2006).
Reseach Symposium for Spanish Accounting Academics, "Corporate Governance in the New Millenium -- Issues and Challenges" ( 2005).
Migration and Theology: An International Conference, "Migration Paths in a Global Market Place" ( 2004).
Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Valparaiso, "A Comparison of International Accounting Standards and Financial Accounting Standards in the USA" ( 2004).
Business Association of Latin American Studies Annual Conference, "Multinational Agribusiness and Small Corn Producers in Rural Mexico. New Alternatives for Agricultural Development" ( 2003).
, "The Impact of Inflation Accounting on U.S. Investors: Evidence from Mexican Firms Traded as American Depositary Receipts" ( 1999).
, "The Impact of Voluntary Accounting Disclosures on the Value of the Firm: Evidence from Latin American Issuers in U.S. Capital Markets" ( 1999).