As our group took to the cars and departed Florence city center, there was a peaceful serenity that enveloped us as we climbed the hills surrounding Florence and gazed upon the olive tree laden hillsides.  We were greeted enthusiastically by
Knowledge @ Wharton reports on a paper by Olin’s Mark Leary, John Graham of Duke’s Fuqua School of Business and Wharton finance professor Michael Roberts, “How Does Government Borrowing Affect Corporate Financing and Investment?”.  The authors use a century of
The MBA Entrepreneurship Platform program invites recent alumni back to campus on a regular basis to share their experiences in all aspects of the entrepreneurial ecosystem. Anton Gimmel, MBA’14, took part in a panel discussion recently. He pursued his MBA
I don’t know what I was expecting. We got so many warnings about not using the tap water in the hotel (even to brush your teeth), and had to get so many shots before going to China. I envisioned a
“How to Run a Meeting That’s Not Terrible,” is the headline on a U.S. News & World Report blog that points to research by Olin’s Markus Baer and Andrew Knight as a key to a short productive meeting. The secret?