Tycoon Teece

Berkeley Planet profiles David Teece, the man dubbed an “economics rock star” by the NZ government and one of the world’s top 50 business intellectuals by global management giant Accenture. As well as advising PM Tony Blair on economic policy, founding Russia’s first major league business school, owning Canterbury International apparel, founding the large global firm the Law and Economic Consulting Group, and establishing and funding the Kiwi Expat Association for professional experts, the Nelson native holds the Mitsubishi Bank Chair in International Business and Finance at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business and directs its Institute of Management, Innovation and Organization.


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