In the Media

NAFTA Is Critical to a Key Trump-Voting State

May 11, 2018 // References an article in The Wall Street Journal written by Dean Matthew J. Slaughter in a piece about the importance of NAFTA to Pennsylvania.
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“The Call to Lead” Capital Campaign Will Fundraise for Guarini, Geisel, Thayer and Tuck

May 08, 2018 // An article about the Dartmouth and Tuck capital campaigns quotes Dean Matthew J. Slaughter. Slaughter says the three priorities of The Tuck Difference—people, programs, and places—played an integral role in setting the campaign’s goal.
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Trade Rhetoric Is Already Hurting America

May 07, 2018 // Dean Matthew J. Slaughter explains that the United States is incurring economic damage by raising uncertainty about future economic policy and eroding its authority in international policy making.
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Tuck Announces $250 Million Capital Campaign for Tomorrow’s Wise Leaders

Apr 28, 2018 // Quotes Dean Matthew J. Slaughter in an article outlining the goals and priorities of The Tuck Difference: The Campaign for Tomorrow’s Wise Leaders.
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“Take the Right Risks”

Apr 30, 2018 // In an interview with Dartmouth Alumni Magazine, Dean Matthew J. Slaughter discusses what distinguishes Tuck from other top business schools. succeed.”
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Tuck Sets $250M Goal for Capital Campaign

Apr 27, 2018 // Quotes Dean Matthew J. Slaughter in a feature story about The Tuck Difference, a $250 million philanthropic endeavor announced by the school on April 27.
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Tuck Announces $250 Million Capital Campaign for Tomorrow’s Wise Leaders

Apr 28, 2018 // Quotes Dean Matthew J. Slaughter in an article outlining the goals and priorities of The Tuck Difference: The Campaign for Tomorrow’s Wise Leaders.
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Tuck Sets $250M Goal for Capital Campaign

Apr 27, 2018 // Quotes Dean Matthew J. Slaughter in a feature story about The Tuck Difference, a $250 million philanthropic endeavor announced by the school on April 27.
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Under Trump, a Strong Economy but Murky Policy Outlook

Apr 01, 2018 // An article regarding uncertainty about economic policy under Presidents Obama and Trump quotes Dean Matthew J. Slaughter. Slaughter says President Trump has shown a propensity to pick winners and losers with his policy decisions.
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The Decline of the MBA’s ‘Value Added Ratio’

Mar 21, 2018 // An article exploring the value-added ratio of business schools—how much an MBA adds to a person’s salary compared to the cost of tuition—quotes Dean Matthew J. Slaughter. He says the value of the degree and rate of return has multiple components to consider.
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Matthew Slaughter Says U.K.'s Biggest Challenge Is Slow Growth in Labor Productivity

Mar 19, 2018 // As a guest on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas,” Dean Matthew J. Slaughter discusses a potential Brexit deal between the U.K. and the EU. Slaughter says one important measure to watch is labor productivity.
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Experts Debate the Effectiveness of Trump's Tariffs

Mar 09, 2018 // As a guest on CNBC, Dean Matthew J. Slaughter discusses new tariffs proposed by President Trump and how they could impact global trade. Slaughter says that fixing the United States’ trade deficit begins with examining the country’s fiscal deficit.
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Are Trade Wars Good And Winnable?

Mar 06, 2018 // As a guest on NPR’s “On Point,” Dean Matthew J. Slaughter discusses the new tariffs on steel and aluminum proposed by President Trump and the affects they could have on trade and American workers.
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Buckle Up: Final NAFTA Talks Will Be a Bumpy Ride

Feb 08, 2018 // Cites Dean Matthew J. Slaughter’s recent article in The Wall Street Journal about the potential negative effects that withdrawing from NAFTA could have on the United States.
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Leaving Nafta Would Cost $50 Billion a Year

Jan 29, 2018 // Slaughter writes in The Wall Street Journal that withdrawing from NAFTA would have detrimental effects across the country.
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B-School Deans Share Their New Year’s Resolutions

Jan 02, 2018 // Quotes Dean Matthew J. Slaughter in an article sharing New Year’s resolutions from prominent business school deans. Slaughter says the Tuck School resolves to foster even more reflecting inward and looking outward in 2018.
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A Corporate Tax Cut and Jobs Might Not Go Hand in Hand

Nov 09, 2017 // Quotes Dean Matthew Slaughter in a piece about the recently proposed tax code reform, which would cut the corporate tax rate. One of the arguments for the cut is that companies will invest their increased profits to create better paying jobs, but Slaughter says the reality isn’t that simple.
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How to Break Free of Washington’s Conventional Wisdom

Sep 29, 2017 // An article about how to avoid the trappings of conventional wisdom quotes Dean Matthew Slaughter. In order to find unconventional solutions to problems, Slaughter advises business leaders to schedule regular reflection time into their calendars, giving them the opportunity to think outside the box.
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As technology and geopolitics change, so does scrutiny of foreign business deals

Sep 14, 2017 // A story about the government halting the potential sale of a U.S. semiconductor firm to Chinese venture capitalists, citing national security concerns, features Dean Matthew Slaughter. Slaughter says the concerns are valid as information technology permeates more industries.
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The Decline of the Baronial C.E.O.

Jun 17, 2017 // Quotes Dean Matthew Slaughter in an article about how the era of baronial chief executives is drawing to a close. “With fewer public companies out there, any one of them is more likely to become a target of interest for one hedge fund or another,” explains Slaughter.
View at The New York Times