Leading academics and experts gathered to examine the origins of the financial crisis and discuss what actions policymakers might take to prevent it from happening again.
The event's focus, "Asia and the World Economy," highlighted the growing importance of Asia due to its remarkable economic growth and development.
The ranking is the first to be released by the Financial Times since the announcement of EMBA-Global Asia, which will welcome its inaugural class in May 2009.
Contributors to the text’s sixth edition reflected on how the practice of value investing has evolved and what it means to be a value investor today.
Among the keys to solving the current economic crisis are promoting bank recapitalization and stabilizing housing prices, speakers said.
The partnership will provide undergraduates with an overview of the School’s curriculum and allow them to learn about business school admissions and student life.