John Trumbull’s Declaration of Independence (1819) in the United States Capitol Rotunda depicts the presentation of the draft of the Declaration of Independence to Congress.
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Premature Schadenfreude Directed at the US Dollar
OCTOBER 20, 2021
Professor Farok J. Contractor Named 34th President of the Academy of International Business (AIB)
MAY 19, 2021
Frontline IB Video Conversations: Farok Contractor – April 29, 2021
FEBRUARY 2, 2021
Despite Some Advantages, Online Education Has a “Dark Underbelly”
DECEMBER 30, 2020
The US-China Business Relationship: “Bi-Polar”? Or a Stabilizing Pillar of the World Economy? A Video Lecture
NOVEMBER 26, 2020
A Decline in US Manufacturing Because of Globalization and China?
Don’t Believe This Fake News
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
What Does “Flattening the Curve” Mean? Will It Also Flatten the Global Economy?
Quick Update: The Excruciating Choice: “Flattening the Curve” and Prolonging the Global Recession
The Excruciating Choice: “Flattening the Curve” and Prolonging the Global Recession
Six Things to Be Thankful for This Thanksgiving
Yale Podcast: Where Do Brexit and Anti-Globalization Sentiments Come From?
Trump Administration Labels China a “Currency Manipulator”: What’s behind the accusation, and who’s right?
From Bombay to Baltimore: Was the American national anthem composed on a ship built in India at the Wadia Shipyard? (Updated and Revised Post)
Advantages and Drawbacks of Undervalued Versus Overvalued Currencies
Is the Indian Rupee Undervalued or Overvalued? What Purchasing Power Parity Theory Tells Us
The Globalization of Thanksgiving Day
How a Two-Minute Speech of Only 272 Words Uttered by Abraham Lincoln Is Relevant for the World Today
What Is “Dumping”?
The “Star-Spangled Banner” and an Early Example of Outsourcing: The American National Anthem Was Composed on a Ship Built in India
See the updated and revised version of this post, July 11, 2019: From Bombay to Baltimore: Was the American national anthem composed on a ship built in India at the Wadia Shipyard?