Guy Rolnik

Guy Rolnik is a Clinical Professor for Strategic Management at the University of Chicago Booth school of Business. Rolnik is the Founder of Israel’s leading economics newspaper TheMarker and is considered the most Influential economic journalist in Israel in the last 2 decades. Rolnik served for 15 years as Editor-in-Chief of TheMarker and 7 years as the Deputy Publisher of Haaretz daily newspaper - Israel oldest and most important newspaper. Rolnik is the recipient (2013) of the Sokolov (Israeli Pulitzer) life-time-achievement award for excellence in Journalism. He is credited with revolutionizing the Israeli Journalism and media worlds and as bringing dramatic changes to the economic and social discourse in Israel. Rolnik researches and writes about Political Economy, Financial Markets, Antitrust and Regulation. He teaches courses on Regulation, Corporate Reputation and Communication at the Booth school at University of Chicago, in Tel Aviv University and I.D.C in Israel.

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The second installment of our two-part interview with Harvard Business School professor David Moss about his recent book Democracy: A Case Study. "One of the reasons...

Can “Productive Tensions” Save American Democracy Again?

This is the first installment of a two-part interview we had with David Moss about his recently published book Democracy: A Case Study, which contains...

“A Slow, Creeping Consolidation of Power by Big Money Over Think Tanks in the United States”

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Bo Rothstein Explains Why He Resigned From Oxford Over Donor's Link to Donald Trump

In an interview with ProMarket, Swedish political scientist Bo Rothstein explains why he decided to resign from the Blavatnik School of Government after learning...

Eliot Spitzer: The Democratic Party Has Become the Party of the Status Quo

Former New York governor Eliot Spitzer talks about antitrust, digital platforms, economic concentration, and regulatory capture. Part 2 of 2.      In the first part of...

Eliot Spitzer: The U.S. Never Had the Will and the Ability to Hold the Most Powerful to Account

In a special interview with ProMarket, former New York governor Eliot Spitzer talks about financial regulation, regulatory capture, and antitrust. Part 1 of 2.   Clear rules and...

"The Pharmaceutical Industry Has a Large Amount of Control Over the Field of Oncology"

In the second part of our two-part interview with Daniel Goldstein, MD, an oncologist who studies the influence of business interests on healthcare, we talk...

When Medical Experiments Serve the Business Needs of Pharmaceutical Firms Instead of Science

The first part of a two-part interview with Daniel Goldstein, MD, an oncologist who also studies the influence of business interests on healthcare—from treating patients...

Can Investigative Journalism Overcome the Rational Ignorance of Voters?

In the third and final part of our interview with Stanford economist James Hamilton, we discuss the connection between investigative journalism, human interest stories...

"Information Is a Public Good"

In the second part of our interview with Stanford economist James Hamilton, we discuss the costs of investigative journalism, the link between the degree of...

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