If you have taken BGIE, you are aware of the issues. If you have taken IMAGE or Economic Strategies of Nations, you have heard the names. On April 23, you saw the faces. At the invitation of the Harvard International Business and Development Club, 2001 Nobel Prize Winner in Economics Joseph Stiglitz and renown Kennedy… Continue reading Two Views on Globalization – 2001 Nobel Prize Winner Joseph Stiglitz and KSG's Dani Rodrik Speak at HBS
US News released its latest rankings of Master’s programs in Business in the US. According to these rankings, the top ten Business Schools are: 1 Harvard University 2 Stanford University 3 University of Pennsylvania (Wharton)4 MIT(Sloan)5 Northwestern University (Kellogg) 6 Columbia University 7 University of Chicago 8 U.C. Berkeley (Haas)9 Dartmouth University (Tuck)10 University of… Continue reading We're Number One!
The following comments were in response to a controversial cartoon that was featured in The Fed, a Columbia University sponsored newspaper. The fallout following the cartoon lead to the NY Times article entitled “Columbia President Denounces Racially Offensive Incidents” and gave new life to the argument over free speech. I was disappointed to learn of… Continue reading The Necessity of Free Speech