Prof. Richard A. D'Aveni ... applauded for his clear message about mercantilism's impact on USA & required solutions.
Professor Richard D'Aveni
Professor of Strategic Management
The Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth.
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Richard A. D'Aveni is Professor of Strategic Management at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, an attorney and a CPA.
His current research focuses include "hypercompetitition," beating the commodity trap, and strategic supremacy.
In 2007 and 2009, D'Aveni was named to the Thinkers 50, a definitive listing of the world's top 50 business thinkers. He served as a consultant to
countless international corporations and organizations including Motorola, General Electric, PepsiCo, and Pfizer. He is the author of five books including
the bestseller Hypercompetition, which is available in 11 languages and has been described by Fortune magazine as "a modern-day analogue to The Art of War."
At Tuck, D'Aveni is coordinator of the of the strategy and technology group at the Tuck School. He was selected a Forum Fellow by the World Economic Forum,
earned a A.T. Kearney Award for his research, and served as the Sol C. Snider Entrepreneurial Center Fellow for the Wharton School of the University of
D'Aveni earned a B.A. from Cornell University, JD from Suffolk University, MBA from Boston University and PhD from Columbia University. He also has a CPA
from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
A new book by Richard D'Aveni, the Bakala Professor of Strategy, lays out the steps for an American resurgence.
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During one of Richard D'Aveni's recent research trips to China, a senior official of the Communist Party gave him an alarming insight into his nation's way
of thinking about business with Americans. "He told me, 'The idea that American companies are going to come here, take major market share, and exploit us
the way the British did is ludicrous. It will never happen,'" recounts D'Aveni, the Bakala Professor of Strategy at Tuck.
The official was referring to the 19th-century Opium Wars, which were fought for the right to sell the illegal drug to the Chinese. After the Chinese were
defeated, the British forced them to sign unfair trade treaties with Western nations that gutted China’s economic power. “China thinks in terms of
centuries," D'Aveni warns. "It has histories of dynasties that have come and gone for thousands of years."
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The very real battle now is against global mercantilism with the biggest transgressor being Communist China's leadership!
COSCO is owned by The People's Republic of China & therefore by China's Communist Party.
Commanded Castle Island!
General Washington defeated mercantilism at Castle Island when the British navy fled.
Vermont's Ethan Allen and the Green Mountain Boys ... defiant against entrenched political power elites.
"These leaders retorted by offering a reward for the arrest of the attorney-general of New York. The war for independence soon broke out and suspended the
controversy. In that war the Green Mountain Boys took a conspicuous part."
Defiant leadership seems to still grow well in the hills of Vermont ... American Made Heroes!
We are committed to utilize the latest technologies & business strategies to fiercely support & promote USA based manufacturers
"Not only the wealth, but the independence and security of a country, appear
to be materially connected with the prosperity of manufacturers. Every nation ... ought to endeavor to possess within
itself all the essentials of a national supply.
Alexander Hamilton ... an
American Made Hero!
American Made Heroes.
Awards event at Boston's Faneuil Hall
American Made Heroes
planned their rebel actions at Faneuil Hall!
We draw meaning from our past ... yet we are firmly planted in the present.
Mike Tamulis, Boston Massachusetts
"The America I know must always be viewed as a land of free people and not simply a business platform from which to extract personal profit
no matter what effect on our fellow citizens. We must now fight to not lose our economic independence. Economic independence assures the existence of the United States of America as a land of free people. The country I will leave my children is in trouble and I am gravely concerned. This is my oar in the water."
Simply worth fighting for!