Good Corporate Citizenry, No Longer a Choice But a Necessity

By Victoria Galeano & Jerry Haar

When queried at a 1909 business meeting about the choice of colors available for his automobiles, Henry Ford replied that customers could have any color they wanted as long as it is black. Fast forward to the late 20th and early 21st centuries and consumers today are now in the driver’s seat (no pun intended). Publications such as Consumer Reports, CNET, and a myriad of other independent professional and consumer reviews of goods and services empower buyers, dictating to producers the style, features, and price ranges that consumers seek.

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New Thinking on Immigration

President Trump endorsed the RAISE Act; Reforming American Immigration for Strong Employment. This key new immigration legislation would aim to create a better screening process for who is allowed into the country. Priority would be given to those applicants who speak English, are financially self sufficient, and raise the national level of capability. A point based system (for example a Nobel Prize is worth 25 points) will help prioritize the extent of access and award of green cards to the United States. Countries such as Australia are already using such a assessment of value to society when issuing entry permits.

The bill is still quite a ways away from becoming law, which requires passage by Congress. But clearly it contributes to a useful national debate on immigration. For the time being,. RAISE aims to restrict new immigrants which depend on welfare, as well as protect US citizens from having their jobs threatened. For more details of the Bill please click here

Great Things Can Happen and Not Just for America

When President Trump attended the G20 meeting in Hamburg, Germany, the aspects publicly reported were mainly uncontrolled demonstrators, burning Porsche cars and police at the end of their rope. Few benefits were attributed to the meeting. That is incorrect.

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A Month Across the Pond: My Time at Kent Business School

This past month, I had the great opportunity to travel to England, where I taught a seminar session on International Business in a Dynamic Environment in Canterbury. Over the course of four weeks we discussed the many different aspects of International Business with students, and the discussion proved to be both deep and mind opening.

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KBS Summer School 2017: Distinguished Guest Speakers Announced

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A lot of interested students and scholars have reached out and requested more information about the summer course in Canterbury. Here is a recently published blog on information about distinguished guest speakers.

https://blogs.kent.ac.uk/kbs-news-events/2017/05/kbs-summer-school-2017-distinguished-guest-speakers-announced/