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IIMs are yet to produce a big management idea

Jul 06, 2015 /Vijay Govindarajan argues that the time is now for academicians from emerging markets to come up with "big ideas."
View at Economic Times

Two ways the next moves by Greece and Europe will affect you—and the global economy

Jul 06, 2015 /Dean Matthew Slaughter was quoted in a story on Greece's potential default.
View at Quartz

When CEOs are Accidentally Overpaid

Jul 02, 2015 /A study by Richard Townsend looks at how stock options granted to CEOs do not change yearly, which makes their pay grow over time.
View at Bloomberg

Debt crises sow economic angst

Jul 01, 2015 /Matthew Slaughter says, "There is the small but non-zero chance that default (by Greece) triggers another financial crisis of the magnitude of the world financial crisis of…
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Why Big Oil Wants a Carbon Tax

Jun 30, 2015 /Erin Mansur says, “Higher carbon prices make coal-fired power plants less competitive than natural gas-fired power plants.”
View at The Federalist

What Greece’s crisis will mean for the world economy

Jun 30, 2015 /Matthew Slaughter is quoted on Greece’s potential default. He predicts that leaving the euro for the drachma could result in, “double-digit declines.”
View at The Washington Post

Greece’s Future Far From Certain

Jun 29, 2015 /Matthew Slaughter says, "No one really knows what will happen in global capital markets if Greece defaults and/or exits the eurozone."
View at U.S. News & World Report

The End of Middle Management?

Jun 29, 2015 /According to Sydney Finkelstein, the middle management position may have outlived its usefulness given technological advancements, the startup business culture, and millennials in the…
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Greek Debt Crisis

Jun 29, 2015 /Matthew Slaughter testified to the U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, & Urban Affairs about the global impact of a Greek default.
View at U.S. Senate

Engineering Reverse Innovations

Jun 26, 2015 /Vijay Govindarajan describes five traps that prevent multinationals from reaping the benefits of reverse innovation.
View at Harvard Business Review

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