by Crosby Fish MBA'18 & Amanda Archila MBA'18
In the world of sustainable business, few brands are as admirable as Patagonia, Inc. By working on regenerative agriculture, they are contributing to minimize the effects of climate change in the agriculture sector.
by Diana Yuan, AMBA '17
The healthcare ecosystem in China is complicated but full of potential. Medical Reform will reshuffle the elements in the healthcare chains and create new systems which are appropriate for a modern China.
by Anna Poplasky, AMBA '17
United States and the European Union instituted sanctions against Russia are a small piece of a puzzle of relationships between Russia and the West. It is time for the economic development in Russia to enter a new phase of independence.
by Ross H. Brown, MBA '17
As a war-torn country plagued by high levels of crime and poverty as recently as the 1990s, in a relatively short period of time, Colombia took some remarkable steps that have helped to put it on the path towards lasting economic prosperity, development, and growth.
by German Peralta, MBA '17
China is taking advantage of the accelerated growth of its economy. Contrary to other emerging markets, China has managed to disburse growth to large pools of its population, increased disposable income of a previously impoverished population.
by Vince Wong, Cornell Tech MBA '17
behaviors, supported by advances in infrastructure, have increasingly enabled
the Colombian economy through technology. More than ever before, Colombian entrepreneurs today
have new opportunities within their reach – and they know it: 72% of Colombian
adults view entrepreneurship as a worthy career path.
by Sam Assaf and Abhiram Muddu
The Lebanese capital of Beirut has become home to a growing startup ecosystem. With the right kind of support, it’s only a matter of time until a highly valuable and innovative company emerges, attracts international attention.
by Nathalia Foditsch and Evodio Kaltenecker
Brazilian innovation policies reflect the very notion of innovation itself: they are uncertain, cumulative , and collective. Innovation policy is, thus, risky by nature because results are hard to predict.
by German Peralta
Tanzania´s New VAT tax on Tourism could Potentially Slowdown an Otherwise Thriving East African Country
by Rachit Saxena
During the apartheid era, townships were built on the outskirts of major cities and were reserved for non-white residents. Today, these informal settlements are home to nearly 60% of South Africa’s unemployed.