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How the U.S. and India Can Strengthen Their Business Ties

Jan 22, 2015 /Vijay Govindarajan counsels patience as the two cultures improve their mutual understanding.
View at Harvard Business Review

Majority of Business Schools Aren’t Reducing the Number of Application Essays, Says Study

Jan 21, 2015 /U.S. News reports that Tuck is one of many MBA programs that has cut down on essay requirements.
View at U.S. News & World Report

Low-income loans didn’t cause the financial crisis

Jan 21, 2015 /Features a study co-authored by Felipe Severino on the role of government regulation in the financial crisis.
View at CBS News

Reverse innovation is a big opportunity for India

Jan 20, 2015 /Vijay Govindarajan says the concept is likely to benefit the energy, healthcare, and education sectors.
View at Economic Times

‘India capable of cheaper solutions’

Jan 19, 2015 /Discusses Vijay Govindarajan's concept of reverse innovation.
View at The Asian Age

Storm Warning for the Stock Market

Jan 19, 2015 /Mentions research co-authored by Kenneth French.
View at Barron's

Main Street Morning: Higher taxes coming?

Jan 19, 2015 /The Post highlights the Valley News article on Tuck Student Consulting Services that was published on Sunday, January 18.
View at The Washington Post

‘It Was a No-Brainer’: Upper Valley Small Businesses, Nonprofits, Get Help From Tuck Students

Jan 18, 2015 /A feature story on Tuck Student Consulting Services, which connects students with local Upper Valley businesses and non-profit initiatives through volunteer consulting projects.
View at Valley News

Aetna becomes latest company to boost its own minimum wage

Jan 16, 2015 /Paul Argenti comments on companies like Aetna and Gap raising minimum wage. "Trying to please consumers is a good thing, but trying to operate in society's best interests will help…
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Match workers to jobs

Jan 15, 2015 /Mentions a paper co-authored by Matt Slaughter saying, "that wage subsidies to encourage companies to hire the long-term unemployed would be relatively inexpensive and would pay for…
View at The Hill

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