by Faye Zou, MBA '15
The Fosun Group is leading the
way for Chinese investments in private equity.
by Jivesh Govil, MBA '15
A MBA student tests Jim O’Neil’s 2003 predictions about the
growth of BRIC economies and concludes O’Neil was too conservative.
by Krasina Koleva, MBA '15
Bulgaria anticipates incremental growth, particularly in the
IT sector, and has benefited from accession into the European Union.
by Leonardo Pozzobon, MBA '15
In order to achieve prosperity, Venezuela must change economic policy, fiscal policy, be more business friendly, liberalize the labor market, promote exports, and strengthen democratic institutions.
by Larissa Wecshler, MBA '15
An interview with Humberto Ribeiro, former Brazilian Secretary of Commerce and Services reveals how entrepreneurial spirit can be mirrored at the country level.
An Indian alumnus shares his thoughts for succeeding in
business – be dynamic, keep innovating and be happy.
by Eswar Prasad, Tolani Senior Professor of Trade Policy
Prasad maintains that the global financial crisis has actually strengthened the U.S. dollar's prominence and made it the most sought-after currency. He explained this in a Chats in the Stacks book talk at Mann Library Sept. 24, 2014, touching on contemporary issues in international finance.
by Manish Reddy, MBA’15
Institute sponsored the representative team from Samuel Curtis Johnson School
by Chris Sungjoo Kim, MBA ‘15
Chris Kim, MBA ’15, describes the long but successful road to an exciting win at this year’s global case competition, the mai Business Challenge @ Sasin, in Bangkok, Thailand.
by Richard J. Coyle, MBA’86, EMI Executive Director
From January 6 through 19, 2015, a group of Johnson students visited South Africa as part of a study trip. Students subsequently prepared recommendations as to how South Africa can improve its economy through trade and investment.