Knowledge & Research

Official Portrait of Former Gov. John Lynch to Be Unveiled

Associated Press

Features John Lynch, clinical professor and senior fellow of the Center for Business, Government & Society. Lynch, the longest-serving governor of New Hampshire, is set to have his official portrait unveiled...

Building Trails, Building Community

Valley News

Highlights Tuck Builds, which connects first-year students with local nonprofits for service projects every year, in an article about the Upper Valley Trails Alliance.

NAFTA Is Critical to a Key Trump-Voting State

The Hill

References an article in The Wall Street Journal written by Dean Matthew J. Slaughter in a piece about the importance of NAFTA to Pennsylvania.

Disarray Plagues U.S. Companies’ Efforts to Win Tariff Exemptions

The New York Times

Quotes Teresa Fort in an article about the attempts of U.S. companies affected by recent tariffs to secure exemptions that would help them avoid higher material costs.

What Trump can learn from Baltimore’s port

The Baltimore Sun

Charles White Jr. T’68 explores how the United States government can learn from the Port of Baltimore’s experience with public-private partnerships, or P3s, which are expected to play...

Trump Trade Tariffs Set to Hit Europe as Talks Uncertain

CBS News

Quotes Emily Blanchard in an article about the impact recent tariffs levied by the Trump administration will have on trade relations between the U.S. and Europe.

What Mark Zuckerberg Has to Fear in Testifying before Congress

CNN

An article exploring what Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg could face when he testifies before Congress next week quotes Paul Argenti.

Tariffs Explained

PRI's The World

In an interview with PRI’s “The World,” Emily Blanchard discusses recent tariffs proposed by President Trump on China, as well as potential retaliatory tariffs.

Why Congress, Not the WTO, Is Best Suited to Rein in Trump on Tariffs

Deutsche Welle

Quotes Emily Blanchard in an article about how Congress or the World Trade Organization could thwart President Trump’s new tariffs on steel and aluminum.

Why You Should Care About Trump’s Tariffs, Explained by an Economic Historian

Vox

In an interview with Vox, Emily Blanchard weighs in on how tariffs proposed by President Trump will impact consumers and potentially incite a trade war.

Former Governor John Lynch Does the ‘Floss’ Dance Move on ‘Ellen’

Concord Monitor

John Lynch, clinical professor and senior fellow at the Center for Business, Government & Society, makes an appearance on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.” The former governor of New Hampshire learns “the...

Impact Investing

VPR

Features John Vogel in a piece about the rising popularity of impact investing.

Buckle Up: Final NAFTA Talks Will Be a Bumpy Ride

Toronto Star

Cites Dean Matthew J. Slaughter’s recent article in The Wall Street Journal about the potential negative effects that withdrawing from NAFTA could have on the United States.

Review: Conspicuous Consumption

The Wall Street Journal

Matthew Rees, senior fellow at the Center for Business, Government & Society, reviews two books with differing views about food consumption, Why You Eat What You Eat by Rachel Sarah Herz...

Senate Transforms with Arrival of 2 New Democrats

NPR

Profiles Tina Smith T’84, who will be sworn in today as Al Franken’s replacement in the U.S. Senate. Smith's swearing-in means there are now a record 22 women in...

Business Schools Now Teaching #MeToo, N.F.L. Protests and Trump

The New York Times

Quotes Alen Amini T’18 in an article about business schools reshaping curriculums to address ethical and social issues of the day.

Minnesota Lt. Gov. Tina Smith Will Succeed Resigning Sen. Al Franken

CNBC

Tina Smith T’84, Lieutenant Governor of Minnesota, was chosen by Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton to fill the Senate seat vacated by Al Franken. Smith is also expected to run for...

A Corporate Tax Cut and Jobs Might Not Go Hand in Hand

Marketplace

Quotes Dean Matthew Slaughter in a piece about the recently proposed tax code reform, which would cut the corporate tax rate. One of the arguments for the cut is that...

Lynch, Paul honored by University of New Hampshire

Associated Press

John Lynch, clinical professor and senior fellow of the Center for Business, Government & Society, was awarded the prestigious Charles Holmes Pettee Medal in recognition of his devotion to service by...

How to Break Free of Washington’s Conventional Wisdom

The Wall Street Journal

An article about how to avoid the trappings of conventional wisdom quotes Dean Matthew Slaughter. In order to find unconventional solutions to problems, Slaughter advises business leaders to schedule regular...

He’s the Republican Dream Candidate. There’s Just One Problem…

Politico

Profiles Kevin Nicholson T’11, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in Wisconsin. Nicholson has had to confront doubts from potential Republican voters based on his prior affiliation with the Democratic...

Getting Around On Two Wheels

The Concordian

Features Muyambi Muyambi T'18, founder of Bicycles Against Poverty, an organization that distributes bicycles to rural African communities to help improve the standard of living. In Uganda, where BAP is...

How to Help Someone Discover Work That Excites Them

Harvard Business Review

An article about how leaders can help others develop toward their passions references “Secrets of the Superbosses” by Sydney Finkelstein, the Steven Roth Professor of Management and director of the...

6 of the Best US Business Schools for Social Impact

Business Because

An article rounding up the best business schools for social impact names Tuck as one of the top six in the United States. “The broader meaning of business and its...

Top US CEOs ‘Dumped’ President Trump over Virginia Remarks before He Fired Them

Hindustan Times

Vijay Govindarajan talks about President Trump’s recent clash with top CEOs. “American CEOs did the right thing by standing up against hatred, bigotry and racism,” he says.

Who May Lose Amid the CEO Backlash and Trump? Americans.

USA Today

Sydney Finkelstein says business leaders must weigh the risks of denouncing Trump or steering clear of controversy. "You can't just sit on the sidelines if you are a leader. That...

4 CEOs Have Now Left Trump’s Business Council

NPR

Paul Argenti talks with NPR about CEOs that removed themselves from President Trump’s business council following the events in Charlottesville. Argenti explains that millennials are concerned about ethics and...

Vogel: Church and State

VPR

John Vogel, adjunct professor of business administration and associate faculty director for the Center for Business, Government & Society, opines on the recent Supreme Court ruling in the case of Trinity...

Twisted Geniuses or Bumbling Ex-Academics?

The Wall Street Journal

Peter Fisher, senior lecturer and senior fellow at the Center for Business, Government & Society, talks about over-interpretations by investors and misconstrued statements by policy makers. Fisher says that much misinterpretation...

Five Leadership Habits All Great Bosses Share

Inc.

https://www.inc.com/the-muse/5-leadership-habits-all-best-bosses-have-in-common.html

The incredible shrinking H-1B visa: What it means for tech companies

HP Enterprise Blog

Anup Srivastava, assistant professor of business administration, is quoted in an article about shifting H-1B visa rules. "Who is the worker or clerk and what is his or her...

The ‘Exporting Jobs’ Canard

The Wall Street Journal

An opinion piece by Dean Matthew Slaughter discusses how multinational hiring abroad doesn't come at the expense of U.S. workers. "Limit the ability of U.S. multinational companies to...

New Study Shows Important Economic Contributions of H-1B Visas

Phys.org via INFORMS

Highlights the study, "Are Immigrants Complements or Substitutes? Evidence from the Audit Industry," co-authored by Anup Srivastava, assistant professor of business administration. His research shows that the U.S. economy...

Best & Brightest MBAs: Class of 2017

Poets & Quants

CBGS fellow Tom Allin T’17 and Kiz Syed T’17 are featured on Poets and Quants “2017 Best & Brightest,” a list of 100 MBA graduates.

Why the Big U.S. Oil Companies Do Not Support the Withdrawal of the Paris Climate Agreement

BBC

Cites comments by Anant Sundaram, visiting professor of business administration, from an International Business Times article that examines the impact of President Trump's decision regarding U.S. participation in the...

Know Thine Enemy

Financial Times

Mentions an essay written by Emily Blanchard, associate professor of business administration, published in the e-book “Economics and Policy in the Age of Trump." Blanchard discusses NAFTA and how trying...

Dartmouth Names First Director of Institute of Energy and Society

Valley News

Announces Elizabeth Wilson as the inaugural director for the Arthur L. Irving Institute of Energy and Society. “I would like the institute to become a world-renowned center for cutting-edge interdisciplinary...

Cyber Attack Highlights Lack of Tech Skills in Finance Departments

The Wall Street Journal

Quotes Sean Joyce T’87, PricewaterhouseCoopers’ Financial Crimes Unit leader, in an article discussing how the global cyber attacks that started last Friday have highlighted the lack of technological expertise at...

Dinner Will Honor Young Upper Valley Leaders

The Valley News

Highlights Merritt Partridge T’13, lecturer and executive director of the Center for Business, Government, and Society, as an honoree at this year’s Vital Communities’ Annual Heroes and Leaders Celebration....

Ten Ways to Make a Big Bet on Social Change

Stanford Social Innovation Review

An article co-authored by Gail Perreault T’01, partner on Bridgespan’s knowledge team, outlines ten ways that donors with philanthropic aspirations can deploy their resources and make significant impact on...

India: An Innovation Hub?

Fortune India

Quotes Vijay Govindarajan, the Coxe Distinguished Professor of Management, in an op-ed discussing whether India can move away from being a low-cost innovator, and become a hub for disruptive innovation. ...

Making Housing Affordable

John Vogel

An opinion piece written by John Vogel, adjunct professor of business administration and associate faculty director for the Center for Business, Government & Society, discusses the challenges developers face when trying...

Do Electric Vehicles Help the Environment?

Democrat & Chronicle

Cites the paper “Are There Environmental Benefits from Driving Electric Vehicles? The Importance of Local Factors,” co-authored by Erin Mansur, the Revers Professor of Business Administration, in an article about...

Whose Song Is It, Anyway?

Matthew Rees

An opinion piece by Matthew Rees, senior fellow at the Center for Business, Government & Society, discusses how musicians are urging Congress to modernize the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. "It may...

Opinion: It’s too late to compensate free trade’s losers

Market Watch

Cites the paper “A New Deal for Globalization,” co-authored by Dean Matthew Slaughter in an opinion piece arguing that it’s too late for globalization’s losers to be compensated...

Vogel: Housing Bond Proposal

VPR

In his latest VPR interview, John Vogel, adjunct professor of business administration and associate faculty director for the Center for Business, Government & Society, discusses Governor Phil Scott’s proposed 35 million...

How changing tone on China will be a positive for US

Dean Matthew J. Slaughter on MSNBC

As a guest on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” Dean Matthew Slaughter discusses the economy under President Trump, the president’s change in tone on China, and the Export-Import Bank. "I...

Business Schools Face Surge in Activism

The Wall Street Journal

Quotes Andrew King, professor of business administration, in an article about the rise in activism among MBA students and professors. “There’s always been a feeling among us professors that...

‘Deeply concerned’: Corporate America responds to Trump’s travel ban

The Washington Post

Quotes Sydney Finkelstein, the Steven Roth Professor of Management, about the growing number of companies objecting to President Trump's immigration order and consequently speaking out. "Every single CEO of any...

7 Essential Reads on Trump, Trade and the TPP

U.S. News & World Report

Cites an article published in The Conversation, co-authored by Emily Blanchard, associate professor of business administration, examining the evidence behind claims that the Trans-Pacific Partnership would lead to millions of...

Vogel: South Korean Comparison

VPR

In his latest VPR interview, John Vogel, adjunct professor of business administration and associate faculty director for the Center for Business, Government & Society, compares South Korea’s loss of manufacturing...

Trump’s Inaugural Address Suggests Break with Foreign Policy Tradition

NPR

As a guest on "All Things Considered," Dean Matthew Slaughter discusses President Trump’s inaugural address. Trump’s remarks suggest he’ll break from the tradition of taking a broad...

Trump Has a Great Opportunity to Save Our Environment

The Hill

An opinion piece co-authored by Andrew King, professor of business administration, about how rolling back current environmental laws and regulations is likely to backfire on President Trump who could instead...

Fed Watch: What’s Ahead for Rates in 2017?

Bloomberg Business

As a guest on Bloomberg’s “What’d You Miss?,” Peter Fisher, senior lecturer and senior fellow at the Center for Business, Government & Society, discusses the outlook for the Fed...

Bending the Arc of History

Matthew Rees

Matthew Rees, senior fellow at the Center for Business, Government & Society, opines on the future of progress and innovation. Rees concludes that improving the state of human societies— such as...

Trump Allies Urge Fed to Cut Balance Sheet and Revive Credit

Rich Miller

Quotes Peter Fisher, senior lecturer and senior fellow at Tuck, about how the Fed should allow its balance sheet to shrink by not reinvesting the proceeds of debts it holds...

Dartmouth Business School Sends First-Years Into Community To Help Local Nonprofits

Vermont Public Radio

Every year before the start of semester, first year students at Dartmouth's Tuck School of Business go out into local nonprofits. They use their business know-how to help restructure projects...

Strength in Numbers: Treatment Program Helps Addicts Recover, Thrive A participant listens during a

By Rick Jurgens, Valley News

Jeff DeFlavio was still working toward degrees from the Geisel School of Medicine and the Tuck School of Business when, in early 2014, he and a Dartmouth-Hitchcock doctor with decades of...

At King Arthur Flour, Savoring the Perks of Employee Ownership

New York Times

Last month, a recipe for lemon cake filled with pastry cream and lemon curd spread quickly on Facebook, garnering 6,200 shares and 9,900 likes.

Putting the Genie Back: Pathways from the Paris Agreement

David Hone

In his third book in the Putting the Genie Back series, David Hone responds to the Paris Agreement which was concluded in 2015 after years of negotiation.