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DACA And The Economics Of Immigration
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DACA And The Economics Of Immigration

President Trump defended his decision to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program as an effort to promote “safe communities, a robust middle class, and economic fairness for all Americans.” In his statement, the President painted his stance as simultaneously shrewd and compassionate. He pointed a finger at roughly 800,000 undocumented immigrants brought…

A Social Mission At HBS: Why We Ought To Pay Attention To Terry’s Foundation
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A Social Mission At HBS: Why We Ought To Pay Attention To Terry’s Foundation

How the mission of one EC student sets an example for us all Why did you come to HBS? To switch careers, build your resume, or simply to push yourself outside of your comfort zone? For Rich Horgan (HBS ‘18) the answer is more complex:  to further his goal of advancing research to commercialize treatments…

Burden Hall Should Not Be Demolished This Soon
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Burden Hall Should Not Be Demolished This Soon

The Issue Burden Hall was supposed to be demolished after Klarman Hall became fully operational in 2018. Over the Summer of 2017, the administration decided to advance this demolition to mid-October 2017. The student body was not consulted until months after the decision had been taken. The HBS Student Association Senate first came to know…

Remembering Julio J. Rotemberg
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Remembering Julio J. Rotemberg

Julio J. Rotemberg, the William Ziegler Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School for two decades and a pioneering and influential economist who developed an econometric approach to modeling the macro economy, died of cancer on April 2 at his home in Newton, Mass. He was 63 years old. Rotemberg’s research, published in more…

Advice from faculty to outgoing ECs
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Advice from faculty to outgoing ECs

Stay in touch with one (or more) of your faculty members; these oftentimes become amazing points of connection — in both directions — over the long term and a great way to stay engaged with HBS. Dean Nohria Think about what is important to you and to those whom you care about. Use that input to…

Why on Earth Would You Wrestle Crocodiles?
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Why on Earth Would You Wrestle Crocodiles?

I used to wrestle crocodiles. Yes, crocodiles – giant, apex predators that haven’t changed much since the Cretaceous Period. When this factoid from my past comes up in casual conversation in coffee chats or pre-games, I’m usually met with contorted expressions of horror or shock. One classmate, who stumbled upon my blog about my work…

Admitted Students Welcome Review
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Admitted Students Welcome Review

It’s the final furlong of the recruitment calendar, but how does the HBS Admitted Student Welcome fare for the Class of 2019  No one told me that my first intellectual challenge at Harvard Business School would be picking the “theme tune which best describes my life” over an ice-breaking lunch with my fellow admits. Panic. What answer would make me sound sufficiently fun,…

ASIA BUSINESS CONFERENCE 2017
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ASIA BUSINESS CONFERENCE 2017

On Saturday March 4, 2017, nearly 500 students, scholars, professionals and executives continued a longstanding tradition by congregating at the Harvard Business School campus to attend the 26th Annual Asia Business Conference at Harvard University. This year’s conference, entitled “Asia in a Changing World”, focused on the role of Asia as the fastest growing region…

A Lifetime of Service: An Interview with Secretary Ray Mabus
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A Lifetime of Service: An Interview with Secretary Ray Mabus

Over the course of his career, Ray Mabus (HLS ‘75) has held remarkably diverse, high-level roles in both state and federal government: from first serving as Mississippi State Auditor at the age of 35, to becoming the nation’s youngest governor, to his role as Ambassador to Saudi Arabia—and finally his tenure as Secretary of the…

HBS students collaborate with ABCDC to increase home ownership around campus
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HBS students collaborate with ABCDC to increase home ownership around campus

Buying a house in a “hot” market can be a daunting task. When a property becomes available in highly competitive locations, financial buyers usually get it before prospective owner-occupants. Investors can almost instantly secure financing and make a purchase, leaving individuals with no real chance of home ownership in the area. This results in neighborhoods…

Who said Harvard MBAs don’t code?
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Who said Harvard MBAs don’t code?

Last spring, we published a Harbus piece asserting that “coding is the new business literacy.” As we look back on the student-led digital literacy movements at HBS over the past year, we’d say that the student body agrees. There’s a blossoming ecosystem on campus of tech-driven clubs, hackathons, and ventures. It’s hard to believe that…

2017: a crucial year for Europe
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2017: a crucial year for Europe

Few years will be as decisive for the future of Europe as 2017. A series of pivotal elections across the continent—including votes in France, Germany and Italy, three of the six founding countries of predecessor EU treaties—will test the European democracy and integration project against a rising wave of populism, strongly fuelled by continuing economic…

The Macroeconomics of American Populism
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The Macroeconomics of American Populism

  The effects of automation, globalization, and financialization on employment and our responsibility as future business leaders With much of the news coverage of the next presidential administration focused on the personalities occupying the White House, it’s easy to lose sight of macroeconomic trends that are just as responsible for the new wave of populism…

Trump Taps Multiple HBS Alumni for Senior Administration Positions
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Trump Taps Multiple HBS Alumni for Senior Administration Positions

On January 20, 2017, shortly after being sworn in as the 45th President of the United States, Donald J. Trump formally submitted nominations for his Cabinet members and key senior advisors. Amongst the slate of those nominated to serve in senior administration positions are several notable HBS alumni. In fact, beyond HBS, Harvard as a…

Trump Order: Fewer Flags In The HBS Classroom?
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Trump Order: Fewer Flags In The HBS Classroom?

Harvard reacts to the implications of President Trump’s Immigration Policies President Donald Trump on Friday 27th January signed an executive order limiting foreign nationals’ admission into America. While the first wave of the order affects citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries, due to the ambiguity embedded within the it, the full extent of the order’s scope…

Opposing Views on Affirmative Action
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Opposing Views on Affirmative Action

The Case For Affirmative Action He who is different from me does not impoverish me – he enriches me. Affirmative action is a catchphrase whose use has been corrupted by politics, businesses, and academic institutions pushing forth their own agendas. It has made national headlines as the subject of Supreme Court cases, yet it is…

HBS students co-organize climate security rally
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HBS students co-organize climate security rally

By Ali Rahman and Daniel Gastfriend More than 130 students from Boston-area schools, including Harvard Business School, gathered in Harvard Yard on Friday Nov. 18 to protest president-elect Donald Trump’s recent appointment of climate skeptic Myron Ebell to his Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Transition Team. A collection of students, including HBS RCs, organized the protest…

Disability Services Coordination
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Disability Services Coordination

MBA Student and Academic Services Harvard Business School has a MBA Disability Services program, which is part of the office of Student and Academic Services.   Students in the MBA program who have any form of learning difference, hearing, mobility, psychiatric disability, chronic medical condition, or short term injury can meet with the Disability Service Coordinator…

HBS to DBS: Larry Culp’s General Management Journey
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HBS to DBS: Larry Culp’s General Management Journey

“If you were the CEO of an airline, could you be as engaging with the baggage handlers as you are in the boardroom?” – Larry Culp The case method, which is used across all HBS classes, places students in the tough position of the decision maker. Often operating from the perspective of the CEO, students challenge…

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