KUALA LUMPUR: The Harvard Business School in Boston will undertake a case study highlighting Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak’s initiatives to tackle the financial crisis.
The case study, to be used as a subject in the core curriculum of the macro-economic module, will be a capstone on how a crisis is transmitted internationally.
It will also discuss how a country that has sound fundamentals and good regulations can withstand an international crisis.
Malaysia is known for consolidating the banking, insurance and financial institutions following the 1998 currency crisis, said Harvard Business School Alumni Club of Malaysia in a statement Friday.
The previous case study on Malaysia published in April 2002 entitled Malaysia -- Capital and Control written by Rawi Abdelai and Laura Alfaro, has been one of Harvard’s most successful case studies, he claimed.