Global leaders representing companies, organizations and even countries speak with Fuqua students throughout the year. These leaders give students a glimpse into their industries. They share insights on current business issues and strategies. They speak about leadership lessons and offer advice. Such interactions provide significant educational enrichment that is a natural complement to the school's curriculum. In some cases, these leaders also provide insights with external Fuqua audiences. Click on the image of each leader on the right to learn more about some of the recent Fuqua guest speaker events.
CFOs are not feeling so optimistic these days. Unemployment, debt and uncertainty have many CFOs concerned throughout the world. The one outlier region is Latin America. The Latin America Business Outlook survey explains why.WATCH VIDEO | READ MORE
New Research Shows 'Death Panel' Myth Hard to Correct
More than three years after she coined the phrase "death panel," Sarah Palin's remark continues to inflame the debate over health care. Professor Peter Ubel looks into why the myth is hard to debunk.READ MORE
The Economics of Collusion
What can you do to defend your business against paying high prices due to collusion among your input suppliers? Professor Leslie Marx provides insights on the economics of collusion in the latest Fuqua Faculty Conversation.WATCH RECORDED WEBINAR
The Past, Present and Future of Social Entrepreneurship
A foreign concept a decade ago, Fuqua has been at the forefront in defining social entrepreneurship through the work of the Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship (CASE), which celebrated its 10 year anniversary this past month. Professor Greg Dees shared his views on the past, present and future of social entrepreneurship. READ Q & A
People invest to make money, but lately more investors want a return beyond dollars. The concept of "impacting investing" aims for monetary and societal returns. Professor Cathy Clark explains the practice and how it is working in a Fuqua Q and A. LEARN MORE
Why Washington Has It Wrong on Small Business
Professor Ronnie Chatterji, a former Senior Economist at the White House Council of
Economic Advisors, writes about why government needs to get a lot smarter about small business policy in the Wall Street Journal. READ MORE.