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  A Global Survival Guide

Rosenberg, Mike Brexit, Donald Trump, and the rise of protectionist -- even xenophobic -- political movements in other industrialized democracies raise questions about the state of globalization today. So how should we deal with the complexity of global strategy going forward? Read article

  Globalization Under Fire: How Should Leaders Respond? Premium

Ghemawat, Pankaj Most business leaders have exaggerated perceptions of globalization, which can lead to costly strategy errors. This article debunks the myths and articulates recommendations grounded in two laws of globalization that will endure through the present turbulence. Read article

  Mixed Signals for Spanish Reforms

Vives, Xavier; Xifré, Ramon Political uncertainty is taking a toll on Spain's post-crisis reform agenda, which has been helping to modernize its economy. Experts consulted for the sixth edition of the Spanish Reforms Monitor shine a light on key economic policies, improvements and nagging doubts. Read article

  4 Years of Growth for Foreign Companies in Spain

Berrone, Pascual; Blázquez, María Luisa Spain remains a highly attractive destination for foreign investment. The annual Barometer of the Business Climate in Spain breaks down the latest statistics and shows that economic recovery is coupled with increased investment levels in the country. Read article

  4 Energy Challenges in Kenya -- and How to Face Them

Rahnema Alavi, Ahmad; Sanchez, Felix; Kerubo, Loice; Giordano, Paola; Otieno, Irene; Njenga, George; Ronoh, Geoffrey Energy poverty is a problem in Kenya. IESE's Ahmad Rahnema examines current challenges in the country's power generation, quest for alternative fuels, cooking needs and fertilizer production -- and offers possible solutions, as well as prime investment opportunities. Read article

  How Judicial Independence Encourages Entrepreneurship

Valentini, Giovanni; Conti, Raffaele Thinking of setting up a new business? Look beyond the usual concerns -- potential talent, tax benefits -- says IESE's Giovanni Valentini, there's another factor that could make or break your start-up: judicial independence in your chosen region. Read article

  A Winning Partnership

Ricart, Joan Enric The public and private sectors need each other now more than ever. What are the keys to forge win-win collaborations? Read article

  Change Your Thinking About M&As

Dimopoulos, Theodosios; Sacchetto, Stefano With the failure of some high-profile mergers, the concept itself has been questioned. But IESE's Stefano Sacchetto has built a model to better measure the effects of an active merger market on productivity, the economy and entrepreneurship. Read article

  Traders' Short-termism: It Doesn't Have to Spell Disaster

Cespa, Giovanni; Vives, Xavier Does short-termism breed informational inefficiency in financial markets? Not necessarily, research by Xavier Vives and Giovanni Cespa shows. Read article

  And the Most Competitive Economy Is...

Schwab, Klaus; Sala i Martin, Xavier; World Economic Forum On the 10th anniversary of the global financial crisis, the WEF's ranking of global competitiveness has economies large and small battling for top marks. (Hint: the U.S., Switzerland and Singapore are all in the top three.) Read article
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