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Tuck Celebrates a Strong Year of Philanthropy

The Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth is celebrating generous giving from alumni and friends of the school during the fiscal year that ended on June 30.

Aug 31, 2016

Poets&Quants: Tuck, A Place for Joiners

When it comes to entrepreneurs, Daniella Reichstetter T’07 sees two types: starters and joiners.

Aug 30, 2016

Leslie Robinson Receives 2016 ATA Tax Manuscript Award

​Tuck professor Leslie Robinson has received the American Tax Association’s 2016 Tax Manuscript Award for her research paper “Do Publicly Disclosed Tax Reserves Tell Us About Privately Disclosed Tax Shelter Activity?” published in the Journal of Accounting Research in 2013.

Aug 29, 2016

Dartmouth Tuck: A Place For The ‘Joiners’

An interview with Daniella Reichstetter, co-executive director of the Center for Private Equity and Entrepreneurship, about her new role at the center and helping people understand that entrepreneurship isn’t just starters but also “joiners.” “Those are people who do really well at early stage companies,” says Reichstetter. “They can provide a balance to the starters in a variety of ways.”

Aug 29, 2016

How to Manage Managers

Quotes Sydney Finkelstein about how managing managers is comparable to managing anyone else—align their goals with yours, provide feedback, and help advance their careers.

Aug 29, 2016

Why You Don’t Want a Nice Boss

In his latest piece for "Syd Weighs In," Sydney Finkelstein discusses how a tough, demanding manager will push you to do your best work. "'Nice' bosses may feel good about themselves, but they don't get world-class results. Demanding bosses do," says Finkelstein. "If you aren't getting better at whatever you do for a living, and learning and growing in the process, you're not just standing still, you’re really falling behind."

Aug 25, 2016

The EU Is Creating a Hostile Work Environment…For Employers

Cites research by Dean Matthew Slaughter in an article about the European Parliament’s tax committee and the European Commission pursuing a “reform agenda” to investigate previous, mutually agreed-upon tax payment structures. Slaughter’s research found, “More than 28 million Americans were employed at multinationals, while just over one-fourth of these firms had U.S. parents classified as small or medium establishments by the federal government,” writes Forbes.

Aug 25, 2016

Corporate Ethics In The Era Of Millennials

An opinion piece by Paul Argenti about how millennials are choosing to spend their resources—be it time or money—on organizations that are investing in corporate social responsibility. “Although each generation bemoans the faults of the following ones, perhaps it's time we give millennials credit where credit is due: They are forcing business to do good while doing well,” says Argenti. “Companies need to rise to this challenge quickly or risk becoming an anachronism.”

Aug 24, 2016

Superbosses Aren’t Afraid to Delegate Their Biggest Decisions

Sydney Finkelstein explains specific behaviors and beliefs that are unique to “superbosses,” allowing them to delegate decision-making authority more aggressively. “If you lay the groundwork, delegating decisions ceases to be nerve-wracking,” writes Finkelstein. “It becomes what it should be: natural, exciting, and value-creating for boss and employees alike.”

Aug 24, 2016

First Republic: Is It Wrong to Build a Bank for Wealthy Clients Only?

John Vogel comments on the ethics and legality of banks like the First Republic catering to the rich. The law specifies that “banks should not just lend to rich people," says Vogel. But "there aren’t any kind of criteria that say what percent of mortgages” have to go to lower-income people.

Aug 16, 2016

Fear Trumps Free Trade in US Fortress of Solitude

Quotes Dean Matthew Slaughter about how benefits of trade must be shared more equitably in response to remarks made by presidential candidate Donald Trump about free trade agreements. "I think we've missed an opportunity in the United States for many years, to have a discussion about our social safety net [because] in some basic sense, the narrative for why trade and globalisation are good is lost right now," says Slaughter.

Aug 06, 2016

The Waste-Waist Dilemma

An opinion piece by Punam Anand Keller examines the paradoxes of food waste, insecurity and obesity. “While U.S. consumers throw out enough food each year to feed 25 million Americans, 17.5 million households were food insecure in 2013, and more than two-thirds of U.S. adults are overweight or obese,” says Keller.

Aug 01, 2016

Conference on Finance, Organizations, and Markets to be Held at Tuck in August

The first-annual academic conference focusing on private equity is organized by the Tuck Center for Private Equity and Entrepreneurship, and the Finance, Organizations, and Markets Research Group.

Aug 01, 2016

Clinton Vs. Trump: Profs On Leadership Styles

Sydney Finkelstein analyzes the strengths and weaknesses in the different management styles between presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. “They are really different, but there are also some really interesting connections,” says Finkelstein. “For example when you talk about self-confidence: They end up in the same place, but one takes a long time and a lot of analysis to get there, and the other one gets there very quickly.”

Jul 30, 2016

Research: Narcissists Don’t Like Flat Organizations

A piece co-authored by Alexander Jordan examines the relationship between organizational structures and the types of people these structures attract. Research shows that hierarchical organizations attract narcissists due to the ability to gain power quickly. “CEOs should recognize that changing a firm’s structure will consequently change its pipeline of job candidates, as well as its ability to retain some existing workers,” writes Jordan.

Jul 27, 2016

Profile: Tuck School of Business Professor Vijay Govindarajan Preaches Reverse Innovation

An article profiles Vijay Govindarajan and discusses his inspiration for the concept of reverse innovation and the three-box framework. “Inspired by his grandfather’s example, Govindarajan’s purpose in life is to positively influence the broader world through education,” writes Enterprise.

Jul 25, 2016

How to predict Olympic results before the Games even start

A feature article about the Rio 2016 Olympic medal predictions made by Camila Gonzales T'16, using a formula created by Professor Andrew Bernard. Gonzales says that Russia’s ban has introduced some uncertainty into the predictions. “We could have a few surprises. In some ways, it could make the Games more egalitarian, because if you don’t have a huge player that wins a lot of gold medals, there is an opportunity for other countries.”

Jul 22, 2016

To Waste Food Is Human, But We Can Stop

An opinion piece by Punam Anand Keller examines the psychological factors—stemming from evolutionary roots—that cause humans to unconsciously waste food. “Human beings come pre-loaded with instincts and traits, and wasting food may be one of them,” says Keller. “But they are not deterministic. With a little awareness and the right strategies, we can outsmart ourselves for the betterment of our health and society.”

Jul 21, 2016