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.
How Much "Change" Do We Need?
By Haroon Ismail
Tensions between the U.S. and Pakistan seem to come and go. How has the role of the United States changed over the past few decades?
Artificial Inflation and Tire Tariffs
By Jim Cheng
A few reckless trade barriers can throw the world back into a recession. The U.S. tariff on Chinese tire imports may have adverse impacts on world welfare.
Special Report: The Future of Electric Vehicles
By Yan Wu
As alternative sources of energy are being pursued, electric cars are on their way to fixing one of the biggest sources of pollution in global metropolitan areas today: automobile emission.
Dell vs. Outsourcing
By Albert Schmool
Outsourcing has become quite a trend in order to become more cost-effective these days. Dell's use of it may prove more of a potentially balanced matchup than we thought.