The K@W Network:
Associate Professor of Finance
Following an agreement to lift sanctions against Iran, European firms will be quick to pick up where they left off in 2012. But for U.S. companies, a 35-year absence means[…]
As Greece accepts its third bailout, the country's people and government face another round of harsh austerity. But does it make sense to impose such policies on an economy that[…]
While the strong U.S. dollar is a positive development for American consumers who will find many imports cheaper, it’s a more challenging environment for U.S. corporations.
Germany carries a great deal of weight in determining the future of the eurozone and its troubled economies. Could the country be charting a more palatable path to recovery?
Falling oil prices and the threat of regional terrorism have generated uncertainty over finances and prospects in the Middle East.