The University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Thin Ice: Avoiding MIssteps with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Gregory G. Thiess, Vice President and Assistant General Counsel, Robert Bosch LLC - October 20, 2011
Branded Entry into the U.S. Market for Chinese Companies (PDF) presented by The Monogram Group - February 17, 2011
Vietnam: Understanding the Next Asian Tiger (PDF) - June 19, 2008
Building the City of Chicago Brand in China (PDF) - May 15, 2008
Who Drives Financial News, the Media or Wall Street?
Financial Journalist Bill Barnhart, MST ’69, MBA ’81, offers a writer’s perspective on the global economy. From International Roundtable's A Financial Journalist's Perspective On The Global Economy .
Uncovering the Roots of the Crisis in Leadership
Short-tenured CEOs and a lack of long-term thinking have contributed to an international leadership crisis, Fred Steingraber, '64, former chairman and CEO of A.T. Kearney, told members of the International Roundtable at Gleacher Center on February 17. From International Roundtable's Leadership Crisis: Challenge or Opportunity.
Loss of jobs offshore is no threat to the U.S. economy Offshore outsourcing will help rather than hurt the American economy, according to Daniel Drezner.
Nuclear Proliferation (05/18/06)
In the aftermath of President Bush's "axis of evil" speech, the North Korean and Iranian nuclear programs have become front page news in newspapers around the USA. The International Roundtable took a look at the "fallout" for commerical, economic and geopolitical issues. Listen to the podcast >
Chicago Tribune's Event of the Week. The International Roundtable's Globalization 2005 was the "Event of the Week" on Monday's Chicago Tribune (7/18/05), featured on Page 2 of the business section.