Philadelphia Inquirer

Here you will find my articles for The Philadelphia Inquirer, one of the oldest and most reputed US newspapers.

With euro threatened, more at stake than just currency, oped on what’s at stake in the euro crisis when it comes to the everyday life of Europeans.

‘A force for social and economic good’, interview with Wharton Dean Tom Robertson on the modern role of business schools

Key to Romney’s style may lie in his old company’s corporate culture, analysis of the qualities of former Presidential candidate Mitt Romney

For low-income students, the battle for their votes may already be decided, report on the Pell grants and their influence on students and their votes

Why Germany likely will bail out its neighbors, analysis of Germany’s role in the euro crisis, and its historic role in Europe. Also appeared on Business Insider

Treasury pinches Fannie and Freddie, news story


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