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Recently I’ve been doing a lot of reading about how advances in IT, artificial intelligence, and robotics are likely to change the work place in decades [...]

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One of the ways the St.Gallen MBA has developed an edge over larger MBA programmes is using its small class size to regularly set challenging business [...]

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I am in Rio this week with 16 of our MBAs and alumni on this year’s study mission to Brazil. I worried that everything would be [...]

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Seen by many as a major contributor to the 1930s Great Depression, competitive currency devaluations have long been vi­ewed in a poor light. Recently, these worries [...]

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The turn of every calendar year witnesses a spate of reviews by pundits in the media. For a columist these reviews are an attractive vehicle, ideally [...]

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It has finally happened. After holding out for nearly 5 years since the global economic crisis began, some of the world’s largest banks are paring back [...]

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A lot gets crammed into an ambitious, comprehensive one year MBA programme. Still, from time to time it’s important to step out of the routine, apply [...]

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Criticism is mounting on both sides of the Atlantic that by pumping money into their economies central bankers are effectively discouraging politicians from undertaking painful structural [...]

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Remember when central bankers—like Alan Greenspan—were lionised for their role in sustaining the pre-crisis economic boom, when their advice was sought by prime ministers and presidents [...]

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Next Monday we will welcome another cohort of MBAs to St. Gallen. I am keen to meet these MBAs who have passed through the many filters [...]

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The official blog from Professor Simon Evenett, Academic Director at the St.Gallen MBA and Professor of International Trade and Economic Development at the University of St.Gallen.

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