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  The Amazon effect: ready for the next disruption?

IESE Insight Amazon, celebrating its 25th anniversary, has grown into an e-commerce giant capable of transforming any sector it touches. Here's how that happened (and what may happen next). Read article

  The macroeconomics manual you didn't know you needed

Díaz Giménez, Javier Learn macroeconomics. Pay what you want. That's the groundbreaking approach of IESE professor Javier Díaz-Giménez's new book written for (nearly) everyone. Read article

  Is our banking system sound at last?

Bolton, Patrick; Cecchetti, Stephen; Danthine, Jean-Pierre; Vives, Xavier A new report assesses the achievements and outstanding business of a decade of financial regulation. IESE's Xavier Vives and co-authors look at the past to better prepare for the future of banking. Read article

  How Alibaba is improving welfare in parts of China

Fan, Jingting; Tang, L.; Zhu, Weiming; Zou, Ben E-commerce is booming in China. And nowhere is it more obvious than in smaller and more remote cities, where the prevalence of online shopping is lowering barriers to entry and boosting economic output for those who need it most. Read article

  London, the smartest city in the world in spite of Brexit

Berrone, Pascual; Ricart, Joan Enric; Duch, Ana; Carrasco, Carlos Despite the uncertainty surrounding Brexit, the capital of the United Kingdom reigns as the world's "smartest" city, according to the IESE Cities in Motion Index 2019. Read article

  Brexit's impact on 4 key sectors

Ariño, Africa; Daniels, Chris; Caldart, Adrian; Orr, Edward; Rosenberg, Mike Few, if any, companies anticipated Brexit. Now we're all being rocked by the uncertainties, since no one knows quite how this messy divorce will play out. Of course, some sectors are being harder hit than others. Read article

  The United States, China and Germany, the most appetizing markets

Caldart, Adrian; Gifra, Júlia; Pasamón, Fernando Three countries as distinct and distant as the United States, China and Germany once again top the annual ranking of the most attractive markets for food and beverage exports, according to a report by Adrian Caldart and Júlia Gifra. Read article

  Are competiveness and inclusion compatible?

Schwab, Klaus; World Economic Forum The World Economic Forum's ranking of the world's most competitive economies is now complemented by the Inclusive Development Index. Which countries score better on one and worse on the other? Read article

  How to run companies with the stroke of a hashtag

Llopis, Jaume Twitter has changed how we communication. The book 500 tweets for better management gathers thoughtful messages about the economy and business management from the active account of IESE's Jaume Llopis. Read article

  Globalization in troubled times

Altman, Steven; Ghemawat, Pankaj; Bastian, Phillip For years, the DHL Global Connectedness Index has been making the case that the world is not as globalized as we think. This is still true; yet surprisingly, in the age of Trump and Brexit, globalization has actually reached a new high. Read article
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