Philip Kotler is the S.C. Johnson & Son Distinguished Professor of International Marketing at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. He received his Masters degree at the University of Chicago and his Ph.D. at MIT, both in economics. He did postdoctoral work in mathematics at Harvard University and in behavioural science at the University of Chicago. (+)

  • Kotler Short Articles on Capitalism and Democracy

    Are Capitalism and Democracy Compatible?   Are CEOs Overpaid? Are We Facing a Jobless World? 9/12/16 Are We Kissing Democracy Goodbye 1/20/17 Brand Activism 1/10/17 Can Marketing Improve Capitalism? 11/11/15   HP Can You Trust a Socialist to be President? 1/29/2015 Democracy in Decline: An Interview …

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  • Trump Aims to Choke Off Free Speech

    For Sean Spicer, Trump’s press secretary, to disinvite journalists from the New York Times, CNN, ABC, CBS and NBCNews from attending the press conference is a first in our nation.  Barring the press from attending and putting questions to the President or his spokesmen only …

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  • The Terrorist in the White House

    Donald Trump got elected as U.S. President on a platform that included a lot of changes that appealed to many people.  Trump promised to “Make America Great Again” by bringing back the high paying jobs that had moved overseas thanks to a Democratic Party that …

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  • Is Trump a Great Business Leader?

    Donald Trump drew many followers based on believing that the next President should be a business leader, not another run-of-the-mill politician.  Business leaders understand the real world, work well with people, know how to manage payroll, are decisive, and get things done.           Now we …

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  • Lobbying: The Scourge of Good Government

    Lobbying describes the effort of lobbyists to influence decisions made by government officials such as legislators, regulators or judges.  The term came from the fact that “influence peddlers” would appear in the lobby of legislative buildings to buttonhole legislators and influence their voting on behalf …

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