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Global energy scenarios to 2035

Global energy is and always has been, highly controversial, particularly since the world’s conversion from locally supplied coal in the 1950s, to  dependence on oil from the Gulf.  The shift occurred swiftly .  Changes in U.S. tax incentives in 1958 … Continue reading

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Is China’s growth engine slowing?

Here is the url for this webinar: http://youtu.be/cAz4-aDj2g8 My theme is that we have to be very careful in analyzing China. For thirty years, there have been prophecies that China’s growth engine will slow down; that the financial system will … Continue reading

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David Gautschi, Jonathan Story, The Business School: Serving Mammon or the University, position paper produced for the Fordham Consortium. Spring 2011

Confusion in the Hallowed Halls-the evolution of business schools and business context Two events at a distance of nearly exactly half a century illustrate the relationship between business schools and context. On October 4, 1957 theSoviet Unionannounced, and governments around … Continue reading

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