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Economy / Finance

Rebuilding Democracy and Capitalism, with Dr. Philip Kotler

Dubbed “The Marketing Guru” and “The Most Influential Marketer of All Time," Dr. Philip Kotler has secured standing as one of the great business thinkers of the past century. While academic communities, governments, and organizations around the world seek his insights and expertise on marketing, Dr. Kotler's most recent work focuses on how trends and… more -->



The International Economic Outlook with Dr. Dambisa Moyo

Winner of the Hayek Lifetime Achievement award and one of TIME magazine's “100 Most Influential People in the World,” Dr. Dambisa Moyo is an economist with an unrivaled knowledge of international business and global affairs. Originally from Zambia, she is CEO and founder of the Mildstorm Group, a boutique firm providing investment strategies for its… more -->



Using Psychology to Increase Profit with Denise Shull

Denise Shull combines economic insight with psychology to explore the world of finance. A veteran of stock trading herself, she uses 21st-century psychoanalysis and cutting-edge neuroscience to examine what creates exceptional performance. Denise began her career at the University of Chicago, researching into unconscious emotions as a driver of behavior. Her research brought her into… more -->



The Free-Trade Charade

NEW YORK – Though nothing has come of the World Trade Organization’s Doha Development Round of global trade negotiations since they were launched almost a dozen years ago, another round of talks is in the works. But this time the negotiations will not be held on a global, multilateral basis; rather, two huge regional agreements… more -->



Advanced Malaise

NEW YORK – Economics is often called the dismal science, and for the last half-decade it has come by its reputation honestly in the advanced economies. Unfortunately, the year ahead will bring little relief. Real (inflation-adjusted) per capita GDP in France, Greece, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States is lower today than… more -->



Stagnation by Design

NEW YORK – Soon after the global financial crisis erupted in 2008, I warned that unless the right policies were adopted, Japanese-style malaise – slow growth and near-stagnant incomes for years to come – could set in. While leaders on both sides of the Atlantic claimed that they had learned the lessons of Japan, they… more -->



The World in 2050

The Grameen Bank, a microfinance lender and community development bank started in Bangladesh, works to eradicate poverty worldwide. But what other goals would Nobel Prize-winning founder Muhammad Yunus like to see achieved by 2050? In "Creating a World Without Poverty," Professor Yunus describes what he sees as the ultimate goals of globalization. Let me give… more -->



Can We Create Prosperity?

Can America create another round of extraordinary economic growth and prosperity again? There's no reason to believe we couldn't. After all, we've overcome tough challenges before. If we don't lose our optimism, and our common sense, we can leverage our energy independence and technology expertise to lead a new round of global growth. But we… more -->




Speakers / Writers

  • An expert in innovation and change management, Frans Johannson is in demand for speaking engagements throughout the world. Raised in Sweden by an African-American/Cherokee mother and Swedish father, he lives his life ... more -->

  • With knowledge that was forged in the cauldron of the NBA, Walter Bond is known as “Mr. Accountability," due to his credo that every person must take responsibility for his or her situation. He teaches that everyone ... more -->

  • Tech savvy Jennifer Pahlka is leading the campaign to upgrade the U.S. government. Her non-profit organization Code America uses technological innovation to make it easier for citizens to access and connect with governme ... more -->
  • An expert commentator on technology, business and culture, Nicholas Carr created a sensation with his Harvard Business Review (a publication for which he has been executive editor)article, “IT Doesn't Matt ... more -->

  • Holding an unrivalled position at the forefront of thinking methodology, Edward de Bono has arguably had a greater influence on the ways in which we “think about thinking” than any other figure of his age.

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  • One of the very few individuals who have had the extraordinary experience of walking on the surface of the moon, Alan Bean uses the stories of his incredible adventures in space to inspire every member of his audience to ... more -->
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  • The most celebrated journalist of our time, Bob Woodward rewrote the rules of investigative reporting and forever changed the dynamic between the American people and their national government. His in-depth coverage of ... more -->

  • As faculty chair of the Leadership Initiative at Harvard Business School, Linda Hill, the Wallace Brett Donham Professor of Business Administration, has chaired numerous HBS Executive Education programs. While doing res ... more -->
  • After an ATV accident left her paralyzed from the waist down, six-time swimming Olympic gold medalist, Amy Van Dyken became more than a sports champion. She became a champion for thousands of people with spinal injuri ... more -->

  • Professional volleyball player and fashion icon, Gabrielle Reece (Gabby) is known for her towering 6’ 3” height. As a student at Florida State University, she was a star volleyball player and part time model, draw ... more -->






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