Month: November 2016

Recent Read: Silicon Valley’s “Empathy Vacuum”

In case you missed it, check out Om Malik’s (founder of GigaOm and a partner at TrueVentures) New Yorker post on the lack of empathy in Silicon Valley.  Some excerpts: […]

EU (Finally) Moves Bankruptcy Laws Closer to the U.S. Model

This week saw the arrival of what could become a society-changing evolution in European law, with the proposal to (at last) modernize businuess bankruptcy models. The European Commission’s proposal would mark a dramatic […]

FT: America Has Chosen To Be Normal (Again)

For those of you who missed it, Robert Kagan of Brookings wrote an interesting piece in the FT recently, arguing that in electing Donal Trump American has chosen to abandon its global role […]

Bending the Pipeline? A New Look at Executive Search and Gender Inequality

One of the issues that the recent election highlighted was the “glass ceiling” that women face as they come closest to the highest levels of organizational power. At the same […]

Author Interview: Peter W. Singer on the Weaponization of Social Media

This week we had the good fortune to interview Peter W. Singer to discuss his recent Atlantic article: “War Goes Viral: How social media is being weaponized across the world.” […]

On the Meaning of Our Democracy: Post-Election Thoughts From Alexis de Tocqueville

This has certainly been an interesting week for all Americans.  As I reflect over the decision we as a country made on Tuesday, I am drawn back to the great observer of […]

Author Interview: Will Globalization Go Into Reverse?

This week we interview Prof. Barry Eichengreen of UC Berkeley about his article in Prospect: Will globalisation go into reverse? In his piece, Prof. Eichengreen provides a thorough overview of two distinct […]