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    Global governance issues are forcing universities and colleges to increase their capacity for research and understanding of phenomena outside the national sphere. For Pierre Tapie, what happens at the interface of the worlds of business and socio-politics has never been so delicate. With four other major academic centers, the University of Mannheim in Germany, Keio in Japan, Fudan in China and Tuck Business School at Dartmouth in the USA, Tapie is starting The Council for Business in Society, a think tank about the mutual influences exerted by the political, societal and economic fields at the global scale. At stake is the strengthening of decisionmaking capacity among international actors at all levels. A Global exclusive.

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