Number of pages: 87
In the 20 articles that make up this special report, students from the Joseph H. Lauder Institute of Management & International Studies explore the many ways that the business community has responded to changes in our global economy. They look at individual companies and industry trends, and analyze how startups as well as established firms are taking advantage of transformative events around the world. The report includes material on Asia, the Middle East, Europe, and Latin America, and deals with issues of business ethics, globalization, development in emerging economies, the Arab Spring, and more.
- The Groupon Effect in China
- Talent Management at Multinational Firms in China
- Louis Vuitton and the Traveling Chinese Consumer
- The Trials and Tribulations of Japan's Energy Policy
- Uncorking China's Wine Market
- 'Thanks But No Thanks' to Made in China?
- Business versus Ethics: The India Tradeoff?
- Born in the USA, Made in France: How McDonald's Succeeds in the Land of Michelin Stars
- In Germany, the Oxymoron of Mr. Du
- Small Businesses in Russia: Drowning in a Sea of Giants
- Globalization and the French Horse Racing Industry
- Spain No Longer Battling the Windmills
- Microcultures: Cultural Sustainable Development in France
The Middle East
- The Unexpected Early Winners of the Arab Spring
- Saving Vocational Education in a New Arab World
- Are Colombian Flowers Experiencing a U.S. Drought?
- Will a Shortage of Qualified Labor Derail the Brazilian Economy?
- Open for Business: The Pacification of Brazil's Favelas
- From Terrorism to Tourism: Waving the Flag of Development in Colombia
- Building Blocks: The Bright Future of Colombia's Cement Industry