Can We Afford to Live Longer in Better Health?

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By Frank Pellikaan & Ed Westerhout Rising longevity, low fertility and declining disability have serious implications for public finances. Although alternative assumptions on longevity and...

Sino-Russian relations: More rhetoric than substance?

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By Robert Bedeski & Niklas Swanström Despite some re-engagement between China and Russia since Putin’s initial embrace of the West, the positive rhetoric of today...

How the United States Can Improve Energy and Climate Policies

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By Daniel C. Esty & Steve Charnovitz Energy policy needs to be part of a multi-prong, market-oriented competitiveness strategy. Proper price signals could internalize of...

Do You Own The Decisive Moment of Truth With Your Customers?

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By Craig Pumfrey In every customer interaction is a moment of truth, a point when they will decide to take a course of action that...

Repeatability: How Companies Create Enduring Businesses in a World of Constant Change

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By Chris Zook & James Allen Contrary to today’s common wisdom, the key to success in a dynamic world is a simple business model that...

Reinventing Management for the Facebook Generation

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By Gary Hamel The experience of growing up online will profoundly shape the workplace expectations of Generation F. The author has compiled a list of...

Category Killers

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By Rajiv Lal & Jose Alvarez "Category killers" – those highly focused retailers that specialize in a category of goods including Barnes & Noble, Best...

A Golden Opportunity?

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By Andy Simpson Since 2009, there has been a 192.6% increase in volumes of Single Malt Scotch Whisky (SMSW) sold at auction in the UK,...

What Does It Mean for an Executive to “Make” $1 Million?

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By David F. Larcker, Allan McCall, & Brian Tayan Compensation figures commingle forward and backward, which makes it difficult for investors to understand what compensation...

The Green Paradox

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By Hans-Werner Sinn Despite policymakers’ efforts to promote alternative energy, impose emission controls on cars, and enforce tough energy efficiency standards for buildings, the relentlessly...

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