Volkswagen, an MBA Case Study: University of Oxford.

Download the PDF at the bottom of this page to read an article I wrote titled: ‘Crisis at Volkswagen: Families, Firms, and German-style Capitalism’. It is used as a case study/ discussion point for MBA students at the Saïd Business School as part of the Global History of Capitalism module at the University of Oxford.

Please note, I did not write the first paragraph, nor did I choose the title. I did point out that it should be German, not Germany in the title but they did not have a chance to change it before uploading the final copy. 

I worked with Professor Christopher McKenna and Professor Eric Thun on this copy. They gave me different articles that were to form the basis of the study and gave a brief outline of how they wanted it to be structured. 

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Scarlett is a freelance writer, editor, researcher, and social media manager with a focus on academic writing and research, travel writing and editing, and automotive writing.