Second Helping: Thanksgiving Day and Globalization

Last year’s Thanksgiving reflections (click to read: November 27, 2015) provided interesting historical perspectives and fun facts about Plimoth Colony and Plantation, an Amazing native American named Tisquantum (“Squanto”), and the Mexican origins of our favorite Thanksgiving entree: turkey. Today, on our national day of gratitude, THE CONVERSATION published a refreshed version of last year’s post: Why we have globalization to thank for Thanksgiving. (Note: … Continue reading Second Helping: Thanksgiving Day and Globalization

Update: Is China a “currency manipulator”? Donald Trump says so

SEE UPDATED POST, AUGUST 11, 2019: Trump Administration Labels China a “Currency Manipulator”: What’s behind the accusation, and who’s right? © 2016 Prof. Farok J. Contractor, Rutgers Business School This article is a 2016 update of my original post of November 16, 2015. It has also been published on The Conversation as Does China manipulate its currency … Continue reading Update: Is China a “currency manipulator”? Donald Trump says so

Updates: What the Iran Nuclear Deal Means for American Business

© 2015 Prof. Farok J. Contractor, Rutgers University Since I published the blog post What the Iran Nuclear Deal Means for American Business on July 14, 2015, it has received additional media attention. Please see the following sources: CBS News MoneyWatch – Online Article, July 14, 2015 The Conversation – Online Article, July 16, 2015 At Night  – Corus Radio, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, with … Continue reading Updates: What the Iran Nuclear Deal Means for American Business