7 December 2018
Faculty and Research News
Harvard Business Review
USA, 6 December
The Coalitions That Could Hold the EU Together
Douglas Webber, INSEAD Professor of Political Science, analyses in his new book European Disintegration? The Politics of Crisis in the European Union, whether the European Union’s foundations are strong enough to maintain unity should crises emerge.
USA, 5 December
Making Salary Information Public Helps Close the Gender Pay Gap
INSEAD Professor of Economics Morten Bennedsen's latest research shows for the first time that that wage transparency really works, reducing gender pay gap. The results of this study, Bennedsen says, raise the bar for policy makers and business leaders.
Asian Correspondent, Human Resources (Singapore), Peru 24, The Business Times (Singapore), Fin24, El Comercio, The Edge (Malaysia), Finance and Commerce, Valor Economico
Saudi Arabia, 4 December
In Arabic - Reprinted from Knowledge Arabia
What women on the board need to know
Annet Aris, INSEAD Senior Affiliate Professor of Strategy, shares the insights of INSEAD alumnae who are also board directors.
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USA, 4 December
Beijing's 2018 venture capital party may not last
In 2018, Chinese startups attracted more funding than their U.S. counterparts for the first time, according to a study released by INSEAD's Global Private Equity Initiative and data provider Preqin.
The New York Times, MSN, Pensions and Investments, DealStreet Asia
Money FM 89.3
Singapore, 3 December
(Radio) U.S.-China’s 90-day trade truce - now what?
INSEAD Professor of Economics and Political Science Pushan Dutt gives a review of the G20 Summit and analyses who gained more from the U.S.-China ceasefire and what needs to be done before the deadline.
Singapore, 2 December
(TV) China has the upper hand in a long drawn out trade war: Professor Antonio Fatas
The U.S. and China may be on equal grounds right now, but over time, the Chinese economy will become bigger than the U.S. and that will give Beijing the upper hand over Washington, says Antonio Fatas, Professor of Economics at INSEAD.
Other coverage: CNBC, UDN News (Taiwan)
The New York Times
USA, 30 November
When the Social Mission Comes Before Making a Buck
N. Craig Smith, The INSEAD Chaired Professor of Ethics and Social Responsibility, comments on the unintended consequences of the growing “buy one, give one” social entrepreneurship strategy.
China, 30 November
INSEAD welcomed Mr Zhang Ruimin, Chairman and CEO of Haier Group, to its Europe Campus to share more on Haier's Rendanheyi model and how it enables Haier to maintain the vitality of venture enterprises in the Internet Age. Felipe Monteiro, Affiliate Professor of Strategy at INSEAD, comments.
China, 30 November
In Chinese - Translated from INSEAD Knowledge
Joerg Niessing, INSEAD Affiliate Professor of Marketing, discusses how brands can stay relevant in the digital age.
China, 30 November
Alumni from around the world share the transformative learning experience they have gained from INSEAD's Global Executive MBA programme.
Japan, 4 December
Kazuhisa Shibayama MBA'10J, CEO of WealthNavi, discusses the ideal percentage one should be saving from their income, and the strategies on how to best manage your money.
The Economic Times
India, 3 December
Managing Change in Family Business
Naveen Khajanchi MCCC13J elaborates on his concept of 'The ATM of Happiness', and how when it is applied in family owned businesses situations, it can help in gaining perspective, peace and prosperity
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