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Trade

Economy

Trump Administration Labels China a “Currency Manipulator”: What’s behind the accusation, and who’s right?

by Farok Contractor

Is China a currency manipulator? This article explains the meaning and implications of the term “currency manipulator” and reviews the history of the RMB/USD...

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Economy

Sustainability

The Impact of Climate Change on GDP Growth and National Wealth

by Murad Antia

Addressing climate change could cost the U.S. in the trillions of dollars in the future. How the nation will finance such a costly venture is yet to be...

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Entrepreneurship

Digital

Entrepreneurial Motivation, Environmental Influences and Short-Term Orientation Among Chinese Digital Start-Ups

by Ying Zhu, S. Tamer Cavusgil, Zhixing Xu, Jingting Liu

Contemporary Chinese digital start-up enterprises present new realities rarely seen in other countries with rapid growth over a very short period.

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Case

International Business

Marketing

Market Entry in India: The Curious Case of Starbucks

by Dominik Fischer, Kaushik Roy

We examine Starbucks’ entry strategy in India, as well as the antecedents to the entry. Employing Dunning's eclectic paradigm and Ghemawat's AAA framework...

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Education

Management

Partnerships

Merger of Equals? The Path Toward the Integration of New Jersey’s Largest Universities

by Douglas J. Miller, Cynthia Golembeski

The combination of the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ) and Rutgers University in 2013 is the largest higher education merger in U.S....

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Case

Education

Management

Restructuring Health Sciences Higher Education in New Jersey: Strategy, Scope, and Implementation

by Douglas J. Miller, Cynthia Golembeski

The major universities offering health sciences education in New Jersey were restructured in a 2012 legislative act. The plan evolved from a limited transfer of...

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Supply Chain Management

Economy

The Predictive Value of the Logistics Managers’ Index

by Zachary Rogers, Dale Rogers, Steven Carnovale, Jr., Ron Lembke, Rudolf Leuschner, Sengun (Shen) Yeniyurt

The Logistics Managers Index (LMI) is a monthly metric of logistics activity in the United States, as measured by a survey of supply chain professionals.

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