Category Archives: Economy

An “Aha” Moment during the Euro Crisis Talk – Courtesy of European Tuckies

A few days ago the Tuck community had the privilege of hearing from two respected economists about the Euro crisis. Senior Associate Dean Bob Hansen and Associate Dean Matt Slaughter (both Americans) provided some great insights on the topic, approaching … Continue reading

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Innovative U.S. Policy Suggestions

Two new videos with international themes feature Matt Slaughter, the associate dean for the MBA Program and the Signal Companies’ Professor of Management at Tuck. From 2005 to 2007, Slaughter served as a member on the Council of Economic Advisers. … Continue reading

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From the bottom of the pyramid to the pinnacle of high tech

I write this while sitting on a train taking us from Agra to Delhi. We arrived in Agra yesterday, Sunday, and spent an incredible day that started with a sunrise visit to the Taj Mahal and ended with visits to … Continue reading

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A New Arab Order?

Diederik “Dirk” Vandewalle, Dartmouth Associate Professor of Government and Adjunct Associate Professor at Tuck, and Mohammed S. Helal, with the Egyptian Foreign Service, spoke to a packed house at Tuck about the recent political upheaval in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, and … Continue reading

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Tuck Professor on Libya

Dartmouth Associate Professor of Government Diederik “Dirk” Vandewalle literally wrote the book on Libya. He’s been a valuable source for the media over the past few days. Below is a sampling of some of his recent comments to reporters. Prof. … Continue reading

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