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‘Too Introverted’: Economist Paulo Roberto de Almeida on Brazil

October 22, 2015

When Standard & Poors downgraded Brazil’s bonds to junk grade last month, the immediate cause was the country’s struggling economy and growing deficit. But the roots of the crisis, economist Paulo Roberto de Almeida told students at Yale School of Management on October 13, lie in Brazil’s...

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Getting Connected at UCD #GNW2013

October 23, 2013

With the European headquarters for Google, Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter, Dublin now harbors many of the creative minds in the industry of digital marketing.  UCD Smurfit and Professor Laurent Muzellec have successfully aligned with many of these companies providing a unique mix of academic study, private sector collaboration and industry visits. 

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Invention Versus Innovation: Clive Meanwell on Creating Value in Healthcare

October 7, 2013

As a midwife in a health IT startup, I did not expect to draw much inspiration from the pharma and biotech offerings in the fall Colloquium. But I came to Yale precisely because I wanted to innovate a business model for the maternity care transformation. I want to thank Clive Meanwell for coming to Yale and offering an inspiring business model to achieve this.

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