Monthly Archives: January 2011

Visit to China, Jan 2011.

I’ve just returned from a trip to China with Tuck’s Dean Paul Danos, where we checked in with alumni, prospective students, businesses, and a local MBA program, among others. Across our conversations with these parties there was a palpable sense … Continue reading

Posted in China, Economy, Globalization, Tuck | Leave a comment

Career Advice: nurture your network

Eduardo Pokorny T’01 is the newly appointed chief financial officer for the Spanish-speaking businesses of ESPN Latin America. He says that his connections or “network” has been very important for all the job interviews he’s had. Read the story here. … Continue reading

Posted in Entertainment/Media, Latin America, MBA Students, Tuck, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

U.S. Export Growth

The CIB’s Faculty Director Andrew Bernard (at left), the Jack Byrne Professor of International Economics, says that big, productive exporters – not entrepreneurial newcomers – hold the key to U.S. export growth. Read the whole story by Mark McCrackin here.

Posted in Trade, U.S. | Tagged , , | Leave a comment