Exporting Western Rule of Law through the EU By Boris N. Liedtke , INSEAD Emerging Markets Institute Distinguished Executive Fellow It is undeniable that Western culture based on “rule of law” has established itself as the dominant system throughout the world. This concept not only gave rise to human rights, the right of freedom of expression, […]Read More
The European Financial Review: Self-Publishing in the Covid Age By Bradley West and Boris Liedtke – 16 July 2020 “If you were fortunate to start your career during that 2008-2015 window, you might still be making a living as a self-published author particularly if you had a flair for sales, marketing and promotion (just like […]
A new crop of rational, well-groomed climate sceptics is pushing a persuasive brand of defeatism that the world cannot afford. This INSEAD Knowledge article is written by Taimur Baig, Managing Director & Chief Economist, DBS Bank Ltd, and Vinika D. Rao, Executive Director, INSEAD Emerging Markets Institute. To read the full article, please click here. […]
In an inductive field study of four large state-owned enterprises based in mainland Communist China, operational middle managers were found to take an active role in dealing with political actors to achieve market efficiency in their local environments … The complete version of this paper will soon be published in the Strategic Management Journal.
Paddy Padmanabhan is the Unilever Chaired Professor of Marketing and the Academic Director of the INSEAD Emerging Markets Institute. He is also the Programme Director of the following executive education programmes at INSEAD: Asian International Executive Programme, Leading the Effective Sales Force and INSEAD Leadership Programme for Senior Indian Executives. Emerging markets have typically been lumped together by investors and corporations […]
This is the final of a six-part blog series posted monthly, on Millennials at the Workplace — a joint study by the Emerging Markets Institute, HEAD Foundation, and UNIVERSUM. WE LOOKED IN-DEPTH AT HOW OLDER AND YOUNGER MILLENNIALS DIFFER IN THEIR ATTITUDES ABOUT WORK, AS WELL AS HOW MEN AND WOMEN THINK ABOUT CAREER AND […]
This is the fifth of a six-part blog series posted monthly, on Millennials at the Workplace — a joint study by the Emerging Markets Institute, HEAD Foundation, and UNIVERSUM. Not surprisingly, country-level economics and culture shape how Millennials think about critical career issues. While studies often talk about regions like Asia-Pacific or Western Europe as a […]