The Round Table is an entirely student run publication at New York University’s Leonard N. Stern School of Business.
Our mission is to promote greater awareness of global affairs within, but not limited to, the field of commerce; to provide a channel of expression for students in an effort to promote understanding and debate within the context of an increasingly globalized world.
Thomas Friedman says that the world is technologically flat, but is it culturally as well? The real test of globalization is the human factor involved.
by Cathy Gao
Back in the USSR
Though the Soviet monopoly board was cleared over ten years ago, the game continues onward.
by Gillian R. Kemmerer
An Open Letter to Fidelity Investments: PetroChina & Sudan
Investing into Genocide through your personal Fidelity financial advisior.
by Aditya Bothra
Ali Baba Goes to China
Shares of Alibaba.com, the Chinese e-commerce company backed by Yahoo and Cisco Systems, rocketed nearly 200 percent Tuesday in their debut on the Honk Kong Stock Exchange.
by: Siddhant Goel
Identity in a Global Marketplace
The Role of Identity in a vastly change world
by: Adam Van Grover
Have fair-trade and organic products already become fashion statements? Cultural ornaments?
by Vince Lau
Cross-cultural Outsourcing: a Marriage of Strategy and Sensitivity
Issues that constantly arise when outsourcing are the hurdles of culture, lack of control, language and even the problems associated with dealing with different legal and financial structures.
by Richa Tandon
Worlds Largest Company (market cap): PetroChina?
PetroChina became the first company in the world to be valued at more than US$1 trillion after its first day of trading on the Shanghai stock market, where China hungry investors lapped up the stock which nearly tripled the share price.
by: Varun Shah
The Search for the Elusive British Identity
Since the London bombings of September 2005, many have felt that British way of life and British values are under threat, and therefore, the debate on the subject of multiculturalism and national identity has acquired a new sense of urgency amongst the general public and upper levels of government in the United Kingdom.
by: Aditya Bothra
Liquidity of Capital Markets under Universal Accounting Standards
by: David Kazakov
Emergency in Pakistan
The people of Pakistan, in addition to living in fear of Islamic fundamentalists, must now also live in fear of the very government put in place to protect them.
by: Shankar Tripathi