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The signs of economic change are all around us, but are they harbingers of something better? INSEAD economics professor Antonio Fatas looks at a world in flux.

The signs of economic change are all around us, but are they harbingers of something better? INSEAD economics professor Antonio Fatas looks at a world in flux.
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The signs of economic change are all around us, but are they harbingers of something better? INSEAD economics professor Antonio Fatas looks at a world in flux.

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177: Consumer spending in China: To buy or not to buy

6/14/2012
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Retailers have looked at the Chinese consumer as the saviour of economic growth. But as recession hovers on the horizon, will these consumers be putting away their pocketbooks?

Duration:00:05:42

176: Can Egypt rise like a phoenix from its economic ashes?

6/5/2012
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The outcome of Egypt’s first free presidential elections will flag a new direction for the region, but can it move the country out of crisis?

Duration:00:06:20

171: What’s wrong with banking regulation today?

4/16/2012
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Indebtedness is both a consumer and a financial industry problem. Regulatory bodies think more banking regulations will fix the problem. INSEAD Professor of Banking and Finance Jean Dermine is not so sure.

Duration:00:11:27

163: India’s top-performing CEOs

1/23/2012
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A new INSEAD study reveals the emerging nation’s top-performing CEOs. Who made the list and what earned them top marks?

Duration:00:07:34

162: Commodities have their heyday: But for how long?

1/16/2012
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Commodities have been moribund for a century, their prices more a reflection of Mother Nature than demand. Not anymore. Tom Albanese from Rio Tinto tells us why.

155: The corruption trap

11/3/2011
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Emerging markets are where money is to be made: pent up consumer demand, cheap labour, few regulations. But just under the surface lies the murky world of corruption, ready to derail even the most scrupulous businessperson. Now what?

154: Handing out some radical Asian philanthropy

10/18/2011
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Wealthy Asian dynasties are redefining the way they share their gains with the communities that helped them prosper. A new study by INSEAD and UBS reveals for the first time shifting trends in Asian philanthropy, from obscure donations to progressive strategies.

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