Jonathan Story

Keynote speaker on: politics, markets and business
Jonathan Story is Emeritus Professor of International Political Economy at INSEAD. Prior to joining INSEAD in 1974, he worked in Brussels and Washington, where he obtained his PhD from Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.

Jonathan's subject blends politics, markets and business. His latest course has been in Dubai, for Falcon Associates, on China, Dubai relations, and business opportunities. He has taught for over forty years at INSEAD on a wide variety of subjects, always applying the same method. More recently, he has focused on the European crisis, and on Brexit. His latest article is to be published in collaboration with the Institut Français de Relations Internationales, and is entitled: Brexit: A certain idea of Europe.

Recent chapters or articles include discussions on global energy, geopolitics and global dynamics, and are debated within the following papers: The Business School: Serving Mammon or the University; The Purpose of Business, Palgrave, 2015, (eds. Albert Erisman, David Gautschi); The Euro Crisis and German Primacy, The Eurozone Crisis and the Future of Europe, Palgrave, 2014, (eds Daniel Daianu, Giorgio Basevi).

Jonathan Story's books count: China UnCovered: What you need to know to do business in China, (FT/ Pearsons, 2010); China: The Race to Market (FT/Pearsons, 2003); The Frontiers of Fortune, (Pitmans, 1999); The Political Economy of Financial Integration in Europe : The Battle of the Systems, (MIT Press, 1998) on monetary union and financial markets in the EU, and co-authored with Ingo Walter of NYU. His books have been translated into French, Italian, German, Spanish, Chinese, Korean and Arabic.

He is also a co-author in the Oxford Handbook on Business and Government(2010), and has contributed numerous chapters in books and articles in professional journals. He is a regular contributor to newspapers, and has been four times winner of the European Case Clearing House Best Case of the Year award.

At the INSEAD campus, in Fontainebleau and Singapore, he taught European and world politics, markets, and business in the executive programs MBA ,and PhDs. He taught on INSEADs flagship Advanced Management Programme for three decades, as well as on other Executive Development and Company Specific courses.

Jonathan Story works with governments, international organisations and multinational corporations.
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1. Where are we now,
2. How did we get here?
-Global dynamics
-European dynamics
3. The UK's exceptionalism
4. What's the problem?
5. Where are we heading?
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-Remain loses
Three driving forces for Leave
UK as awkward partner
Two ideas of Europe
Where are we heading?
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China, Dubai and OBOR
The world: 1972-2015
The China perspective
The Dubai perspective
Business implications

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