In the Media

Global Golf Lessons

Charles Wheelan of the Rockefeller Center at Dartmouth offers an "I told you so" acknowledgment to two academics including Dean Matthew Slaughter for predicting a working class backlash nearly a decade ago in a Foreign Affairs...

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A Medical Mystery of the Best Kind: Major...

Cites a paper co-authored by Dr. H. Gilbert Welch about the drop in colon cancer deaths—nearly a 50 percent decline since its peak in the 1980s. The study suggests that patient screenings play a part in the decline but not...

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The Explainer: Reverse Innovation

An animated video based on the Harvard Business Review article, What Engineering a Reverse Innovation Looks Like, co-authored by Vijay Govindarajan.

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Is Trump Right That the TPP Will Destroy...

An opinion piece co-authored by Emily Blanchard about presidential candidate Donald Trump’s anti-trade stance, and the impact of free trade on jobs, congressional power, and economic independence. “Claims about the impact of...

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The Difference Between Food Loss and Food Waste

An op-ed written by Punam Anand Keller about the growing problem of food waste not only in the U.S., but worldwide. This article is part of the Huffington Post’s “Reclaim” initiative—which showcases solutions to the issue...

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Tesla’s controversy: Are self-driving cars safe?

On CNBC’s Halftime Report, Sydney Finkelstein weighs in on the latest statement from Tesla in response to the fatal crash. “Provide the context and the justification for your system, autopilot, and technology but say what...

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Elon Musk overstepping his bounds?

As a guest on CNBC’s Closing Bell, Paul Argenti discusses Elon Musk's response to Tesla's fatal autopilot-related crash. “Obviously you have to defend your company, but taking eight weeks before you come out with this...

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EMBA Leaders Talk Experiential Learning

Highlights the participation of Kerry Laufer, director of OnSite Global Consulting, and Emily Nichols, associate director of OnSite Global Consulting, at the Executive MBA Council Western Regional Conference at Haas. The...

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This is why start-up culture fades out fast

In his latest piece for "Syd Weighs In," Sydney Finkelstein, the Steven Roth Professor of Management, offers five points on corporate culture for employees at all levels within an organization. "While a strong and aligned...

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Here’s how Trump’s anti-trade stance could...

Quotes Dean Matthew Slaughter in response to remarks made by presidential candidate Donald Trump on free trade agreements. "If the United States is not participating in global agreements, the rest of the world isn't going to stop...

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Will UK Political Leaders Revisit EU Membership in...

As a guest on Bloomberg Radio, Giles Chance T '85, visiting professor of business administration, discusses the possible effects of Brexit on the United Kingdom and the E.U. and the possibility that Liberal Democrats will seize...

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Why progressives should rescue the TPP trade deal

An opinion piece by Emily Blanchard, associate professor of business administration, about the rejection of the Trans-Pacific Partnership by progressives. "As an economist who specializes in trade and trade agreements—and as a...

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