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It’s all relative: the four keys to family business longevity
According to INSEAD Professor of Economics and Political Science Morten Bennedsen and Research Fellow Brian Henry, firms with long-term planning in place are in a much better position to withstand the health shocks of their founders than those firms without. In addition, every long-lived family-run business combines four common themes in their heritage. South China Morning Post 2/12/16 Hong Kong

State-fund GIC: Separating rhetoric from reality makes post-Trump strategy tricky
At the Emerging Asia Economic Forum co-organised by INSEAD, Leif Lybecker Eskesen from Singapore’s GIC states that Donald Trump’s surprise win has left a “high degree of uncertainty” and the key thing now is to work with scenarios, permutations of the different kinds of policy outcomes. CNBC Asia 1/12/16 

Incomplete U-turns on fiscal policy
INSEAD Professor of Economics Antonio Fatas points out that there is something disheartening about the OECD’s fair-weather friendship with fiscal stimulus.  Financial Times UK 30/11/16

Interview: Ilian Mihov, Dean of INSEAD
In an interview with Adam Jones, INSEAD Dean Ilian Mihov discusses the strengths and added values of the school. Financial Times UK 28/11/16

Singapore-Russia ties are strong and can grow further: Tharman
During the dialogue chaired by INSEAD Dean and Professor of Economics Ilian Mihov at the Russia Singapore Business Forum, Singapore’s DPM Tharman Shanmugaratnam notes that the growth of Singapore’s economic relationship with Russia is faster than that with most other regions in the world. Business Times 26/11/16 Singapore

Upholding rules in the sharing economy
Reprinted from INSEAD Knowledge
According to N. Craig Smith, INSEAD Affiliate Professor of Ethics and Social Responsibility, there remains a role for regulatory bodies to ensure that the economic successes of organisations within the so-called sharing economy are not based on their ability to avoid taxes, standards and laws. Today 25/11/16 Singapore

INSEAD uncovers 1,400-sq ft multi-purpose hub called Creative Garage
Manuel Sosa, INSEAD Associate Professor of Technology and Operations Management, says that the new 1,400 square foot Creative Garage at INSEAD Asia Campus is going to help elevate the learning experience of integrating business with design to a completely different level. Singapore Business Review 23/11/16