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State Capitalism: Politics or Business?

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It has been 12 years since China was admitted to the World Trade Organization, and if you ask Western business leaders……

Eighty Years On

by Issue: January / February 2013

I can’t really tell you what the founders of Newsweek and Esquire were thinking when they founded their magazines…

Resiliency can trump volatility

by Issue: November / December 2012

Mid-town Manhattan seemed like a city within a city on the night of November 1. It was barely 24 hours after Hurricane……

Leading through global uncertainty

by Issue: September / October 2012

From unsettling headlines and leadership crises to a global economy that is changing its orientation from West to East,……

Big Data: The new, new thing

by Issue: July / August 2012

In Shanghai, on a sidewalk near the Shanghai City Museum, a shoeshine man, kit slung over a shoulder, a plastic bottle……


by Issue: May / June 2012

There was a time when a “Nod, nod, wink, wink” implied deception but also youthful innocence, acted out with an…

Innovation nations

by Issue: March / April 2012

Behind the extraordinary emergence of the BRIC countries as economic powers is a national industrial policy. In each…

In Focus: Leadership

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From "Yes, We Can" to "No, You Can't"

In what still is for many the definitive book on leadership, James……

In Focus: India

by Issue: September / October 2011

No event in the history of India has been, arguably, as liberating as the dismantling of what was known as the License……

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