Government

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Long before Democrats passed their sweeping health care reform in 2010, economists across the political spectrum had argued that bad tax incentives were a major contributor to the soaring cost of American medical care. Unfortunately, the main target of that ire was also the biggest and most...
European Central Bank President Draghi
Three years after it began, the European debt crisis casts a shadow over both the project of European integration and the global economy. The conventional wisdom is that there is no turning back. At a recent financial forum on Europe, hosted by the Stanford Graduate School of Business, panelists...
Media filmining political candidate
Stanford MBA student Henry Lippincott wants to make voting preparation as easy as online shopping. If you don't have time to wade through all the campaign flyers, robocalls, and blogposts about candidates, you can type in your zip code at his website, www.votebox2012.com, to get guidance on some...
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Every presidential election has its fair share of cringe-worthy moments, but the candidates themselves often commit highly destructive communications blunders that have handicapped – and in some cases derailed – their bid for the White House. Stanford Graduate School of Business lecturer Bill...
Brenden Millstein
There are all manner of approaches to 'green investing,' and the folks at Carbon Lighthouse — recipients of an $80,000 Social Innovation Fellowship from the Center for Social Innovation at the Graduate School of Business — manage to combine two of them under the same roof. The for-profit portion...

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