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... to become seduced by this rule oriented approach, and people like me who teach them in business schools are partially to blame for encouraging such an orientation. However, this mechanical approach should ...
... Seminar last week is that we are now operating in difficult times; but this is by no means new. We seem to be going through recurring cycles of business crises, one after the other, originating outside ...
... had become so endemic that foreign investors were being deterred from the country. It was compiled by questioning 100 top domestic and foreign businesses. Its release comes as Prime Minister Manmohan Singh ...
... I recall, several years ago and prior to the CARICOM Competition Authority, been told by a business leader in St Lucia that he was anxiously awaiting the CARICOM competition regime because with it the ...
... a civic duty at common law not to cause harm by a conspiracy to injure the plaintiff's business.   However, such policies are enforced by private action and a competition regime that seeks to rely on them ...
6. There is no spoon
(Blog/Policy)
... contributions;  where the governments, over several administrations traversing several decades, pursued policies which encourage business leaders to bribe public officials overseas;  that prosecutions ...
... a threat of material injury to the local producer, and if at the end of 90 days his views prevail, we will remain in business," he said. "But, if ... the chairman's views is outvoted and they say that ...
... and sometimes wasteful processes. In sum, therefore, arbitration can become a critical and predictable end-to-end process management component of any business. It would then result in significant cost ...
9. Ghoshal was wrong
(Blog/Management)
... to the Advanced Institute of Management Research, UK, and the London Business School and was a well-established consultant, business strategist and teacher. In his article, Ghoshal took an in-depth look ...
... spurring economic development in that country. Perhaps even more significant, Indian businesses are developing "fugal innovation", geared at serving the tastes of the local middle class. As a consequence, ...
... or that the central bank gives business persons foreign exchange permission to pay bribes overseas; or that the government would support the executives of one of its strategic enterprises paying bribes ...

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