OCTOBER 14, 2020

The Quarreling Couple That Still Needs to Dance Together:

A Webinar Addressing US-China Rivalry and Cooperation

AUGUST 29, 2020 – UPDATE

What Is Socialism?

Why I Changed the Subtitle of My Previous Post

AUGUST 12, 2020

India and Its Role in International Business:

The Sleeping Giant Is Still Waking from Its Overregulated Past

APRIL 2020

What Does “Flattening the Curve” Mean? Will It Also Flatten the Global Economy?

MARCH 2020

Quick Update: The Excruciating Choice: “Flattening the Curve” and Prolonging the Global Recession

The Excruciating Choice: “Flattening the Curve” and Prolonging the Global Recession

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JULY 7, 2017

Globalization Continues – And Multinationals Play by Rules Set by Other Nations (Despite What Trump Says)

JUNE 2017

Global Leadership in an Era of Growing Nationalism, Protectionism, and Anti-Globalization (Part 2)

MAY 2017

What Is Globalization? How to Measure It and Why Many Oppose It (Part 1)

MARCH 2017

What’s at Stake in China-US Relations? An Estimate of Jobs and Money Involved in the Bilateral Economic Tie

Four Salient Facts about the Chinese Yuan 

 JANUARY 2017

What’s at Stake in China-US Relations? Job and Money Calculations Under Various (Trumpian) Scenarios [Updated March 10, 2017]

 2016 Posts on Banner

SEPTEMBER 2016

The G20 Summit in China: An Annual “Talking Shop”? Or a Potential Bedrock of Global Civilization?

MAY 2016

Tax Avoidance by Multinational Companies: Methods, Policies, and Ethics

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2014-2015 Posts on Banner

All 2014 & 2015 Posts Are in the GlobalBusiness2 Archive – Click the Titles to Be Automatically Redirected

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SEPTEMBER 2015

Capital Outflows from China and the Hidden Story in China’s FDI Statistics

OCTOBER 2014

Global Management in a Still-Fragmented World

Globalization: What the Heck Is It?  (FJ Contractor; Revised May, 2013)

MAY 2014

The Indian Election: A Rare Historic Opportunity for Coherent Investment Policies in India

APRIL 2014

What the Indian Election Means for Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in India

Associated:

“‘Punching above their weight’: The sources of competitive advantage for emerging market multinationals.” International Journal of Emerging Markets, Vol. 8 No. 4, 2013 (pp. 304–328). (This article was named IJOEM’s “Outstanding Paper 2014” by Emerald Group Publishing.)

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