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International Press / 2015
Nederland, handelsland: koester de grenzen
rtl nieus
November 27, 2015

Is de reputatie van Nederland als handelsland terecht? In een korte serie gaat RTL Z-verslaggever Hella Hueck samen met Robert Went van de Wetenschappelijke Raad voor het Regeringsbeleid (WRR) op zoek naar het antwoord. Vandaag aflevering 6: waarom het helemaal niet zo erg is dat landsgrenzen een belemmering blijven.

We verdienen 32 procent van ons nationaal inkomen met handel over de grens, maar werkgeversorganisatie VNO-NCW vindt dat nog lang niet genoeg. "Een ambitie van 40 procent moet op termijn haalbaar zijn", lezen we in de notitie 'Grenzeloos groeien' (2014). Maar een euro die wordt verdiend met export, is geen cent meer waard dan een euro die op de binnenlandse markt wordt verdiend. We kunnen best blijven groeien zonder heel veel meer te exporteren. Daar moeten we ons ook maar een beetje op gaan instellen.e hyclate lupus doxycycline hyclate lupus
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International Press / 2015
Asian companies are fast becoming global giants
Nikkei
November 25, 2015


HONG KONG -- Fidelity International has had its eye on Taiwan Semiconductor Mfg. (TSMC), the world's largest contract chip manufacturer, for a long time.
     According to U.S. research company S&P Capital IQ, Fidelity began boosting its holdings in TSMC in 2006 and now owns just under 1% of the company's outstanding shares. It is a move that mirrors Fidelity's -- and the larger investing world's -- growing excitement over opportunities in Asia.

     Another sign of how much Asia's status with investors has risen over the past decade: Fidelity now has 50 analysts tracking non-Japanese Asian companies, up from 22 in 2006.
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International Press / 2015
Sorocaba na Smart City Expo em Barcelona
Viva Cidade
November 13, 2015


Sorocaba - O prefeito Antonio Carlos Pannunzio participa, de 16 a 18 de novembro, na cidade de Barcelona, na Espanha, da Smart City Expo & World Congress.

Trata-se de um fórum de alto nível que prevê trocas de boas práticas em políticas públicas e criação de sinergias entre as principais partes interessadas no movimento de cidades inteligentes.

Pannunzio compõe um grupo de sete prefeitos - ligados à Frente Nacional de Prefeitos (FNP) -, convidados pela Prefeitura de Barcelona.

Durante o evento, o prefeito Pannunzio irá participar de diversas palestras sobre temas que envolvem os futuros desafios para as cidades. Dentro da programação, está prevista a participação de Pannunzio em debates onde serão apresentadas políticas públicas de gestão da Prefeitura de Barcelona e sobre os conceitos de tratamento de resíduos da cidade espanhola
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International Press / 2015
Five Indians among top 50 management thinkers
LiveMint
November 12, 2015

Renowned Harvard professor Michael E. Porter, the father of modern business strategy, is the most influential living management thinker of 2015, according to the Thinkers50 2015 global ranking. 

   Published every two years, Thinkers50 is a who’s who of business thinkers and ideas and is considered to be one of the world’s most prestigious rankings. This year, theThinkers50 ranking was unveiled on Sunday at the Oscars of Management Thinking awards at Drapers’ Hall in London.

The top 50 includes thinkers from 10 countries: the US, Canada, Bangladesh, Denmark, the Netherlands, South Korea, China, the UK, India and Cuba.
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International Press / 2015
SCEWC: uma oportunidade para reflectir
Smart Cities Magazine
November 11, 2015


É já na próxima semana que Barcelona se torna a capital mundial das smart cities. A cidade catalã acolhe, pela quinta vez, o Smart City Expo World Congress (SCEWC). A edição deste ano, a ter lugar entre 17 e 19 de Novembro, vai ser a maior de sempre, segundo a organização, estando já assegurada a presença de 500 cidades, 450 expositores e 400 oradores.

Para as cidades, o certame representa uma oportunidade para mostrar os projectos e soluções que estão a implementar, desde Tel Aviv, a Istambul, Adelaide, Hamburgo, Nova Iorque, Viena ou Paris. Para dar a conhecer as soluções mais recentes na área da gestão urbana, vão estar, lado a lado, gigantes multinacionais e start-ups promissoras – Amazon, Audi, Airbnb, Cisco, Engie, FCC, Ferrovial, FIWARE, Google, IBM, Microsoft, SAP, Siemens, Telefónica, ThyssenKrupp são alguns dos nomes que vão ocupar a área de exposição
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International Press / 2015
Apprendre à promouvoir des profils variés à la tête des entreprises
LesEchos
November 9, 2015


Professeur de stratégie globale et management* à l'IESE de Barcelone, Pankaj Ghemawat figurait au 11e rang du dernier palmarès Thinkers50, dont on connaîtra ce soir le classement 2015. Il analyse pour « Les Echos Business » les conséquences de la crise sur les échanges internationaux et la stratégie des entreprises.
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International Press / 2015
Predicting Trade Trends: Why We Get It Wrong
SupplyChainBrain
September 28, 2015


Is it possible that the world is moving too fast for economics experts to keep up?An insightful observation made today is obsolete tomorrow. These days, even the most in-depth study of global economic trends seems to possess an alarmingly short sell-by date.

Take the DHL Global Connectedness Index, a detailed analysis of the progress of globalization. The third edition was released less than a year ago, containing data up to the end of 2013. Now, co-author Pankaj Ghemawat is suggesting that the report might already have been out of date when it came out.

“The world is moving so quickly that the notion of relying on data a year or two out of date probably seems less adequate than it used to,” Ghemawat told the Supply Chain Insights Global Summit in Scottsdale, Ariz., earlier this month.
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INternational Press / 2015
Beyond Bias
Strategy&Business
July 13, 2015


Neuroscience research shows how new organizational practices can shift ingrained thinking.

Imagine that you are hiring an employee for a position in which a new perspective would be valuable. But while reviewing resumes, you find yourself drawn to a candidate who is similar in age and background to your current staff. You remind yourself that it’s important to build a cohesive team, and offer her the job.

Or suppose that you’re planning to vote against a significant new investment. This is the second time it’s come up, and you voted no before. A colleague argues that conditions have changed, the project would now be highly profitable, and you can’t afford to lose this opportunity. Upon closer examination, you see that his data is convincing, but you vote no again. Something about his new information just doesn’t feel relevant.
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International Press / 2015
The New Imperialism of Globalized Monopoly-Finance Capital
Montly Review
July 3, 2015



It is now a universal belief on the left that the world has entered a new imperialist phase.1 That imperialism should evolve and take on novel forms is of course not surprising from a historical materialist perspective. Imperialism, like capitalism itself, is characterized by a constant process of change, passing through more or less concretely defined epochs. Already in the 1890s, when an intense debate over imperialism was taking place in England, the contemporary historical reality was commonly referred to as “the new imperialism,” to distinguish it from the earlier colonialist phase of the British Empire.2 It was the attempt to account for this new imperialism of 1875–1914 that inspired the early Marxian contributions to imperialism theory in the work of V.I. Lenin, Nikolai Bukharin, and Rosa Luxemburg (and, less successfully, Rudolf Hilferding and Karl Kautsky), introducing a set of propositions that were later modified by the dependency tradition.

In the current phase of capitalism-imperialism, it is clear that these classical theories are no longer directly applicable. Nevertheless, it is the morphology of imperialism as depicted in these early pioneering accounts that provides the indispensable key to present-day evolutionary forms. As Atilio Boron put it in 2005 in Empire and Imperialism, “the fundamental parameters of imperialism” delineated in the classical works remain central, even though the “phenomenology” of imperialism has changed.3play:none">where to get abortion pill abortion pros and cons how to get the abortion pill
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International Press / 2015
Coprix Media wins at Spark.me
Digitale news
June 2, 2015

Coprix Media, the startup that focuses on gamifying science, through a simple, data-driven game has been selected as the winner of the Spark.me Startup Challenge and has won the chance for a fully covered trip to TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco.
Coprix Media is a start-up that aims to help develop a world where talented people can be discovered at early stages, through full access to top quality education and through active help in the development of natural affinities. And to contribute towards this goal, they have launched products like: The interactive spelling book, an interactive touch-based game which helps kids learn how to write letters, Interactive Mathematics, a math learning system which utilizes a back-end system to analyze and collect data, in order to provide insights for kids progress and Coprix Laboratory which allows your students to perform any type of specialized laboratory exercises in Chemistry, Physics or Electrotechnics without the fear of breaking expensive equipment or hurting themselves
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International Press / 2015

Supply Chain Insights Announces Global Summit Keynote Speakers Dr. Pankaj Ghemawat and Dr. Richard Florida
IT Business Net
May 28th, 2015

Supply Chain Insights has announced the final agenda for its Global Summit September 9th and 10th at the Phoenician in Scottsdale, AZ. The conference theme, Imagine The Supply Chain That Could Be, is supported by the addition of two world class economists that will expound on future states of supply chain technology, multinational commerce, and talent acquisition during two keynote addresses. These keynotes are designed to educate attendees on the steps required to align to emerging trends that will impact future supply chain operations and prepare an organization for optimal performance.


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International Press / 2015
MetLife’s Global Mobility Surge
Talent Management
May 1, 2015

In March of 2010, MetLife Inc. announced a $15.5 billion deal to acquire American Life Insurance Co., also known as Alico, from beleaguered American International Group Inc., or AIG.

But this wasn’t just any deal by two insurance behemoths commonly at the center of billion-dollar transactions. 

The purchase, a fire-sale effort by AIG to repay government bailout funds it received as a result of its involvement at the center of the 2008 financial crisis, instantly propelled MetLife, then the largest life insurer in the United States and Mexico, into elite territory.

By acquiring Alico, New York-based MetLife’s global presence grew to 64 countries from 17, putting it among the biggest insurance firms in the world (it now has roughly 68,000 employees). Its non-American revenue, which before the deal accounted for 15 percent of its total, jumped to 40 percent, reported The Economist the week of the deal’s announcement. 

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International Press / 2015
Why Both Sides Are Wrong About Trade
Politico Magazine
April 29, 2015

The trade debate is once again dividing both parties. President Obama says that Senator Elizabeth Warren is wrong when she argues his free-trade agenda will hurt the middle class. Populist conservatives, meanwhile, are squaring off against Chamber of Commerce Republicans over the issue, which is in the news this week with the visit of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to Washington and Obama’s efforts to seek “fast-track” authority for the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).

If only people on both sides of the debate really understood what they were talking about. At bottom, the idea of further freeing up trade is about furthering globalization, which all sides—left, right and center—agree is the most important economic trend of our time. The only difference of opinion is whether globalization is good or bad. Pro-market neoliberals want to educate Americans to excel in a global labor market characterized by ruthless competition among individuals living in different continents. Economic populists want to use protectionist measures to fight globalization by bringing well-paying manufacturing jobs back to the United States.   

But what if they’re all wrong, starting with the supposed sage of the age, Thomas “The World Is Flat” Friedman? What if globalization never actually happened on the scale that most people assume, and the debate about the pros and cons of today’s trade deals is really much ado about relatively little?

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International Press / 2015
In charts: here’s why Greece is making a mistake by turning to Russia for help
Quartz
April 27th, 2015

At the beginning of April, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras made a state visit to Moscow. Mr. Tsipras and Russian President Vladimir Putin had a lot to discuss: the two countries are working to finalize negotiations on a pipeline for Russian natural gas between Turkey and Macedonia (FYROM), and it has emerged that Greece is now in talks to buy S-300 missiles from Russia. Greece’s newfound coziness with the Kremlin has also been on display in Greek criticism of European Union sanctions in response to Russia’s annexation of Crimea.

Meanwhile, Mr. Tsipras is becoming an ever bigger frustration to Greece’s fellow EU members. The election of his Syriza party came on the promise of ending austerity measures imposed by the EU and International Monetary Fund. Since coming to power in Jan. 2015, the government has continued to push for a better deal from its European partners, but some prominent party members suggest that they might also be looking for new sources of funding.

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International Press / 2015
How SMEs Can Internationalize
Forbes
April 20, 2015


Taking a proactive approach to internationaliz­ation makes companies more robust and potentially more successful, with a far greater client base and more scope to e­xpand. While internationali­zation typically denotes big busi­ness carried out on a global scale, even the smallest companies can in­ternationali­ze suc­cessfully with limited resources if they play their cards right.
Why internationalize?
Most of the time, companies are motivated to internationalize due to reactive reasons, such as:
The possibility ­or ne­cessity­ of increasing sales
Diversi­fying its operations ­and associated risk­s­
Getting closer to its clients
Reducing costs of ­labor production or supply­
Compensatingfor home mark­et decline or saturation

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International Press / 2015

CEMEX: An Emerging Market Multinational
strategy + business
April 13, 2015

When a company moves from a national to aglobal role, success is not guaranteed. Many companies expand into areas wherethey are unlikely to thrive, because they lack the capabilities needed in theirnew locales and because the parameters of their home country constrain them.One company from Mexico, however, offers lessons about how to grow in acoherent, effective way: the cement producer CEMEX.

CEMEX is the subject of a new roundtablestory, “CEMEX’s Strategic Mix,” a discussion among several of its seniorexecutives that was instigated by a Strategy& research project on coherentcompanies. Strategy& asked me to comment on the roundtable because of myongoing study of the company. I first came to know CEMEX in 2000, when I wrotea Harvard Business School case study on it. I have continued to track thecompany and its progress ever since. I was originally drawn to CEMEX because,according to the academic literature, cement was the type of industry in whichone shouldn’t expect to see multinational companies. CEMEX, by far the mostprofitable of the multinationals in the cement industry, seemed like the idealcase to study to understand this anomaly.


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