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CIB Online Spring 2008
Fed Governor and Treasury Under Secretary Lead Roster of Top Level Speakers at First Annual Tuck Global Capital Markets Conference

MishkinThe Center for International Business at Tuck held its first annual Tuck Global Capital Markets Conference on February 15. "The leadership here at the Tuck School was prescient, even clairvoyant, in scheduling a conference on global capital markets at this time--the timing could not be better," said David McCormick, under secretary for international affairs for the U.S. Department of the Treasury, in his address on open investment and American prosperity. The Keynote Address was delivered by Frederic Mishkin, Member of the Board of Governors for the Federal Reserve. Experts such as Gordon Dyal D'83 T'87, Head of Global M&A at Goldman, Sachs, and Robert Leary, Chairman & CEO of ING Investment Management Americas, discussed issues ranging from competition among global financial centers to the rise of sovereign wealth funds. Senior financial services professionals from across the United States attended the conference which was covered by over 35 news outlets.

Click here to access conference transcripts and slides.

2007-2008 A Banner Year for the Tuck Global Consultancy Program

TGC_CiscoThe TGC program sent 83 students to complete projects for 11 clients in 22 countries. "It was the largest number of projects completed in any one time period during the past 11 years," said John Owens T'61, director of the TGC Program. Tuck teams worked in six new countries this year, notably Argentina and Chile in Latin America and Egypt, Bahrain and the UAE in the Middle East. Click here to view interviews with the Flagstone RE , John Deere, Cisco, Thomson-Scientific, and Microsoft teams.

To learn more about the Tuck Global Consultancy Program, click here.

Students Share Expertise in Tuck Country Chats

"Fun", "Educational", "Inspirational". These are some of the comments we've received from people who've attended the Tuck Country Chat series. Coordinated by the Tuck International Club, with support from the Center for International Business and the MBA Program Office, this series of student-led presentations are designed to provide the greater Tuck community with an opportunity to learn more about different countries in an informal setting. Click on these links to view the slides for the first three talks of the season: Kenya, Belgium, and India.

The Country Chat series will continue with the following presentations: Iran - March 27; Japan - April 3; Boliva - April 10 and others through mid May. Look for posters and emails with more details. All chats are scheduled in the Rosenwald Classroom from 12 - 1 pm and are open to the Tuck and Dartmouth community.

New CIB Audio & Video Interviews

Foreign Investment and U.S. Jobs
MattProfessor Matthew Slaughter appears on CNBC to discuss the benefits of multinational companies setting up shop in the U.S. "These foreign companies that are establishing and expanding operations here, they tend to be very good companies," says Slaughter. video

 

The Evolution of the Newspaper Industry in the Electronic Era
MurrayAlan Murray, Executive Editor Online for The Wall Street Journal, shares his insights on the challenges and opportunities of running a newspaper in today's highly competitive electronic marketplace. (Interview by MBA Fellow Deepika Chauhan T'08) More on Alan Murray listen

Tuck '07 Opens New Office in India for Parthenon
Saxena
Sumit Saxena T'07 speaks to us from Mumbai, India about why he chose the Tuck School to pursue his MBA and how his Tuck education has helped him be successful in his current position as Principal of The Parthenon Group in Mumbai, India. (Interview by MBA Fellow Dan Boldin T'08) listen

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Want to Learn More About Europe?

Tuck Dialogues on Europe, a new series of cultural and educational events focused on Europe, has been launched by the Tuck International Club and the Center for International Business. Mark the following events on your calendar:

At Tuck:
April 1 Richard Bertasi T'88 Vice President & General Manager, Global Workplace Solutions, EMEA, Johnson Controls
April 4 Europe-Themed Cocktail Party, Stell Hall, 5-7 pm
April 9 David Calhoun, Chairman, Executive Board & CEO, The Neilsen Company (a Dutch/American Company)
April 15 Guillermo Ansaldo T'89, General Manager, Telefónica España

On Dartmouth Campus:

Ongoing Visit Europe at the Hood
April 5 FILM: Am Ende kommen Touristen
April 18 Palladio and the Politics of Classical Architecture
May 14 From Stone to Flesh: The European Encounter with the Buddha
May 20 Eurovision Song Contest

 

 

 

International Events

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International Events on the Dartmouth and Tuck campuses and

International Case Competitions

These pages are updated frequently.

Upcoming CIB Conferences

Friday, April 11, 2008
Second Annual Tuck Global Healthcare Conference

Friday, May 9, 2008
Second Annual Tuck India Business Conference

CIB Faculty in the News

Click on the links below to view full articles:

3/5/08
REUTERS

Professor Andrew Bernard is quoted in an article entitled, "Will the Next President Inherit a Recession?"

3/4/08
THE ENQUIRER

Professor Andrew Bernard is cited in an article, entitled "Growing Firm Forges Niche".

3/3/08
POLICY INNOVATIONS

Professor Matthew Slaughter is cited in an article entitled "Let's Make a New Deal: Democratic Candidates Trade Jabs on Renegotiating NAFTA".

2/28/08
BUSINESSWEEK

Professor Andrew Bernard is cited in the March 10, 2008 BusinessWeek Magazine cover story, entitled "Multinationals: Are They Good for America?".

2/25/08
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

Professor Matthew Slaughter is cited in an article entitled "U.S. Pushes Sovereign Funds To Open to Outside Scrutiny".

1/31/08
BUSINESSWEEK
Professor Matthew Slaughter is featured in an article entitled "Economists Rethink Free Trade".

1/15/2008
BEET.TV
Professor Andrew Bernard is featured on Beet.TV in an article entitled, "Economic Peril for U.S. is Low Productivity: Could Technology Turn Around the Economy, Again?".

1/11/2008
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
Professor Andrew Bernard's research is featured in an article entitled, "Export Growth May Boost Productivity".

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Recent Publications

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Chinese Exporters, Exchange Rate Exposure, and the Value of the Renminbi, Andrew Bernard (February 2008)

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