EXECUTIVE EDUCATION BLOG
Join the conversation with the business experts of the Executive Education. Navigate the wide list of articles in this news room written by alumni, experts or executive education professors.
Over the years, the field of decision-making was diagnosed through the lens of behavioral science and economics. It was found that decision-makers and negotiators can fall victim to their mental predispositions. While professionals often aspire to reach rational...
Swift and bold response In the Covid-19 crisis and the global response to the pandemic, inequalities between social classes as well as racial inequities have been exacerbated. Besides governmental and corporate actors, philanthropy has responded vigorously to the...
Writers on this blog and elsewhere have decried the retreat from multilateral solutions by many of the world’s current leaders, led by US president Donald Trump. They are not looking to the (United Nations) UN and other multilateral institutions to find solutions to...
Democratizing international negotiations? Towards a virtual and inclusive negotiation for the world after COVID-19
This blog post explores the potential to launch a virtual and inclusive negotiation to lay the foundations for future formats of international negotiations after COVID-19, with the possible drafting of a “Shared Humanity Charter”.
The COVID-19 pandemic is likely to have serious domestic and international political consequences and to exacerbate existing trends to reshape the landscape of international and transnational institutions. These six trends, when combined, could be dangerous for the structure of global governance as we know it.
Las agendas de desarrollo sostenible y los tratados de derechos humanos han sido el resultado de la movilización de innumerables colectivos en distintas épocas y lugares del mundo. A lo largo del tiempo, estas conquistas se han ido plasmando en abundante...
I had the good fortune of arriving in New Zealand just as the election season was gathering pace. The formation of a new government in October 2017 led by Labour’s Jacinda Ardern in coalition with New Zealand First and with the support of the Greens ushered in an era...
There has been a marked revival of industrial policy across the African continent since the mid-2000s, in countries such as Ethiopia and South Africa, as well as in numerous reports by continental institutions such as the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa...
Deux nouveaux rapports officiels viennent d’affirmer l’ampleur des dettes privées et les graves dérives du microcrédit. Nous sommes tentés de dire « enfin ! », car il y a plus de vingt ans qu’un petit nombre de chercheurs, anthropologues et économistes ont sonné...
In the last 40 years, international summits have vastly expanded their role. Illustrative of this trend, the G7/8 and G20 gradually expanded to cover major world issues – until 2018 when US President Trump withdrew his support for the G7 joint declaration. This,...
The views and opinions expressed in the articles are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the position of The Graduate Institute, Geneva.
Advocacy in Pandemic Times
Live Issues Live Webinar
Advocacy in Int. Affairs
Development Policies & Practices
Conflict & Fragility Management