FLETCHER IN THE NEWS
The Fletcher community, including faculty, leadership, students, and alumni, is actively engaged on the international stage as analysts and advisors for elected officials, policy makers, organizations, and industry. Read more about their ongoing research and work in global business and international affairs.
WHY PATAGONIA’S PURPOSE-DRIVEN BUSINESS MODEL IS UNLIKELY TO SPREAD
Professor Ken Pucker writes on why Patagonia’s purpose-driven model is unlikely to become the norm.
THE REMARKABLE RESILIENCE OF UKRAINE’S TECH INDUSTRY
Ukrainian’s tech industry has given the world a playbook for operating, innovating, and surviving through adversity.
FLETCHER ENTREPRENEURS PITCH THEIR SOCIAL VENTURE START-UPS ON DEMO DAY
Visibility and potential funding for start-up companies at the Tufts Summer Venture Accelerator Program capstone event
WHY THE GOVERNMENT IS BOOSTING COMPUTER CHIP EFFORTS IN THE U.S.
Semiconductors run everything from our smartphones to our cars, and a massive bill just signed by President Biden will help innovation, says Tufts author of book “Chip War”
FLETCHER STUDENT JEFF QIU’S CAUTIONARY TALE IN THE WAKE OF CHINA’S DATA BREACH
When an anonymous hacker claimed responsibility in June for stealing the records of one billion Chinese citizens, Fletcher student Jeff Qiu saw it as an opportunity to shed light on the workings of China’s cybersecurity systems.
THE US DOLLAR IS (MOSTLY) STRONG. DOES IT MATTER?
Professor of International Affairs Michael W. Klein provides insights on the state on the US dollar and what it means for global markets.