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Making It Overseas: Why You Need to Have Cultural Capital & a Global Mindset | Harvard Business Review

What skills, attributes and experience do managers require when working across the globe? According to a recent report in the Harvard Business Review, effective International Business Managers command what is termed a ‘Global Mindset’. Read More

Managerial Decision-Making in International Business: A Forty Five Year Retrospective

“We identify key theoretical developments in international managerial decision-making research, synthesize how they have been employed, and discuss contributions that may emerge as researchers devote increased attention to bounded rationality.” Read More

How Do International Human Rights Treaties Affect the Design of National Constitutions?

“National constitutions, which are in many cases revised frequently, provide a reliable sense of which rights are important or relevant to particular societies. Rights are included in almost every constitution and have been for over two hundred years.” Read More

The Statistical Power of Professor Hans Rosling’s Gapminder.org

The Gapminder foundation was founded through a collaboration between, Ola Rosling, Anna Rosling Rönnlund and Professor Hans Rosling at the Karolinska Institutet. Read More

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