Dr Matthew J. Monnot of the University of San Francisco discusses the contrast between decades of GDP growth in China and stagnant levels of individual life and job satisfaction.
A. C. Ping explores corporate social responsibility in the light of the 2015 Volkswagen scandal and asks why consumers can so quickly forgive a corporate breach of trust.
In this perspective from the United States, Dr Pramila Rao of Marymount University showcases how religion impacts the workplace.
Using the most recent economic downturn in Germany as an example, Andreas Gruener and Ingeborg Raastad examine whether financial slack has an impact on performance in the particularly hostile environment of an economic downturn.
Japan’s election on July 10, 2016 for the House of Councillors saw yet another decisive election victory for the conservative Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, making him one of the most successful leaders in the democratic world.
Michael Liam Kedzlie assesses Australia’s surprise selection of DCNS, France over Mitsubishi, Japan, to build its next generation of submarines, replacing the current 1996 Collins class.
Dilton Ribeiro argues that China and Japan’s territorial disputes, such as the Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands, present an opportunity for both countries to focus not on their differences but on their commonalities.