The HACR Research Institute (HRI) is the research arm of the Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility (HACR). The Institute is devoted to objective research, analysis and publication of Hispanic-related issues in Corporate America. The Institute focuses its research along HACR's four pillars: Employment, Procurement, Philanthropy and Governance. The goal of The Institute is to assess current Hispanic affairs and stimulate discussion on Hispanic inclusion in Corporate America.
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With the release of HACR’s first corporate governance study in 1993, HACR set and raised the bar on research focused on Hispanics in Corporate America, or Hispanic inclusion as we call it. Prior to the governance study, research on this matter was limited and sporadic at best.
As a direct result of that ground breaking study and others that followed, HACR quickly established its credibility when it came to objective, informative and thoughtful research as it relates to Hispanic inclusion in Corporate America.
Today, HACR continues to be the “go to” organization for this kind of research as a result of our partnership with some of American’s most relevant thought leaders, be it Fortune 500 corporate directors, C-Suite executives, the best and brightest young executives, or our strategic partners and alliances.