Listen to Bob Pozen on Wharton Business Radio

Robert Pozen, Senior Lecturer at MIT’s Sloan School of Management and a Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution, joins host Stew Friedman to discuss how to work smarter, not harder, and how to manage all of those emails piling up in your inbox post-holidays on Work and Life. Robert’s book is called Extreme Productivity: Boost… Read more »

Bob Pozen’s latest at MarketWatch

Read Bob Pozen’s piece on “how Republicans and Democrats can come together to fix health care.” Now that Senate Republicans have failed to agree on any health-care bill, is it feasible for a bipartisan majority to enact health-care reform? The Senate will hold health-care hearings in early September, while a bipartisan coalition in the House… Read more »

Read Bob Pozen’s HBR piece here

Bob Pozen has published a new article in the latest Harvard Business Review []. Each year most public companies issue reports describing the pay packages of their CEOs. In them compensation committees attempt to explain the rationale behind the pay figures to the shareholders, who often must vote to approve them. The issue is, in… Read more »

Bob Pozen’s new piece at Fortune

Bob Pozen has written a new piece for Fortune, “How President Trump Can Actually Pass Corporate Tax Reform.” While the Congressional efforts to reform America’s health care system fell apart last month, the Trump Administration can learn important lessons for its next legislative battle: corporate tax reform. Here are five key guidelines. First, don’t trust… Read more »

“Trump’s tax reform looks like just another of his many tweets”

Read Bob Pozen’s latest at Market Watch. Before the election, Trump put forth a broad tax plan and then a narrower plan. But even the narrower plan created a budget deficit of roughly $3 trillion to $4 trillion over 10 years, according to the dynamic scoring of the independent researcher Tax Foundation. That steep increase… Read more »