- We talked with Yale SOM Deputy Dean David Bach, an expert on business-government relations and global markets, about how world-spanning organizations should navigate conflicting values in key markets.
- Professor David Bach answers questions about how businesses should weigh the risks and reputational costs in how they respond to the disappearance of Saudi Arabian journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
- Four years after lofting the World Cup trophy, Germany was eliminated in the initial round of the tournament. What are the lessons to be learned from the defeat?
- A change to European privacy rules has unleashed a flood of emails about updated privacy policies to customers all over the world. We asked Yale SOM’s David Bach why.
- Political polarization is growing and long-established norms that used to serve as landmarks are fading. Experts discuss navigating the challenges of working in and engaging with an administration that has torn up the playbook.
- Yale SOM’s David Bach writes the independence movement in Catalonia reflects a widespread rejection of the political establishment.
- Does Emmanuel Macron’s decisive victory over Marine Le Pen in the French presidential election signal an end to the populist wave that has had globalists on edge for the past year? Not so fast.
- Yale Insights spoke with professors David Bach and Andrew Metrick about the likely short-term and long-term implications of “Brexit.”
- Yale’s David Bach writes that the legal battle between Apple and the FBI illustrates the strategic importance of issue framing in public debates.
Yale’s David Bach explains how to gain an edge by effectively navigating the complicated global landscape of differences in cultural, political, and regulatory norms.