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Country risk analysis-more than a postmodern discipline

Country risk assessment asks two distinct questions about any country: what is the political risk of an investment in the territory? And is the country solvent? The investment may be in the country’s currency, bond or equity markets, or it … Continue reading

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Survival rules in the party state, South China Morning Post, March 3, 2012

Whether you are entering the Chinese market or have been there for a long time, there can be no let-up in the attention you pay to the government. Government relations will always be significant, must be cultivated continuously and can … 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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