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.
by: Aditya Bothra
A analysis of the internal factors to the rise and collapse of Communism in the “successor states” of Eastern Europe
Globalizaton: Pleasure Periphery or Smooth Getaway?
by: Gillian M. Kemmerer
Globalization brings an increased awareness of other cultures and an expedient transmission of ideas, both of which can be beneficial to the world community.
by: Prateesh Kaul
Year 2007-08 is rolling to an end, and at first glance it seems that
the Indian government is looking to a worrying year ahead.
by: Tanvi Goenka
The dichotomy of growth and inequality in modern day India
by: Shreevats Jaipuria
Recent underperformance by IPOs in terms of return may bring about a decrease in investor interest going forward in 2008
The Buck Stops Here
by: Zuhair Ahmed
Recent turmoil in the US housing markets and the rapid decline of the greenback just may prompt to stop pegging their currencies against the dollar