On the cover

Victoria Gimeno. Director Institutional Relations. IE University

1 September 2014

The crisis has resulted in the world being “a less happy place than five years ago” according to Jeffrey Sachs, but it is possible to buck this trend by working on your self-esteem.

Francisco Navarro. Vice Dean. IE Business School

30 September 2014

Globalization has led to a convergence of markets where firms have to compete on a cost basis. The challenge lies in developing societies where we can all work in a decent and fair environment.


Francisco López Lubián. Professor. IE Business School

30 September 2014

Corporate restructuring is not just a question of refinancing, and yet the two things are often seen as being one and the same. This is one of five mistakes that often lead to companies blowing their chance of salvation.

Enrique Sueiro. Professor. IE Business School

30 September 2014

Truth is increasingly valued on the stock exchange when it comes to business organizations’ intangible assets, and it just does not make sense to hide what everyone is going to find out sooner or later.


Ignacio de la Torre. Professor. IE Business School

4 September 2014

Auditors nobody has heard of, commissions run by yes-men, overvalued assets and growth in sales that in no way match the company’s cash flow are all clues that something strange is going on in a company’s accounts. 

Gildo Seisdedos. Professor. IE Business School

25 July 2014

Urban tourists enjoy a level of purchasing power and the kind of interests that makes large cities see them as a very attractive source of income and global positioning. But first they have to know what these urban explorers are looking for.

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