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Archive for April 2014
September 15, 2008

Learning from Lehman

The Treasury and Fed should not ignore systemic risk just to limit moral hazard. But we cannot and should not try to protect every institution.

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September 11, 2008

Closing the Management Gap in Public Service

We need to engage businesspeople at the prime of their careers and have them give some time in the social sector.

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August 04, 2008

Tackling Climate Change with Business Insight

Business leaders are the ones best suited to manage the risk of climate change that we find ourselves subject to as a global community.

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July 21, 2008

We're Asking Too Much of the Fed

The expansion of the Fed’s lending has been extraordinary in scale and scope. But it is not the best response to the present credit crunch and may bring unwelcome side effects.

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June 23, 2008

EMBA-Global Program Launches in Asia

I believe our most crucial role is to teach the next generation of business leaders how to apply their business knowledge in a way that will transform this newly globalized world for the better.

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May 02, 2008

Solving the Entrepreneurship Puzzle

To many, entrepreneurship calls to mind the path-breaking motivation envisioned by Schumpeter’s “creative destruction.” But much of entrepreneurship — and much of what we can teach in business school — is more akin to “nondestructive creation.”

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April 01, 2008

Q and A: Success, Greed and Tradeoffs

Leaders and entrepreneurs with strong values are the ones who tend to have the greatest success in the marketplace over long periods of time.

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April 01, 2008

On the Road: Korea

A visit to Seoul was a wonderful opportunity to enrich connections with alumni, where I found them pleased with the pro-business agenda of newly elected President Myung-bak Lee.

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March 28, 2008

On the Road: Tokyo

My trip began with a good omen — cherry blossoms in full bloom — and continued with frank discussions on the current state of the world’s financial markets.

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