Managing Your Business Through a Chinese Banking Crisis

August 03, 2013

In times of uncertainty, financial prudence is the best route. By Chris Devonshire-Ellis  There has been much talk recently of a potential crisis in China’s banking system, and several financial ratings agencies and analysts have suggested all is not well. However, the Chinese system is...

To Be Taken Seriously, India First Needs to Fix Itself

July 25, 2013

Indian policymakers rarely act upon reform in a serious, convincing way. “It is not in the stars to hold our destiny but in ourselves.” Several developments related to India call to mind William Shakespeare’s famous line in Julius Caesar. The first are the tours of the United...

Global Business in Emerging Markets: Potential for Transformational Partnerships

May 23, 2013

The role of workforce development in crafting solutions should not be overlooked or minimized as simply giving people jobs. Jean AbiNader analyzes the importance of job skills training in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), global dexterity, the renegotiation of the social contract, and impact...