The Justice of Corporate Governance

In the short scholarly article linked below, Welch and Ly offer commentary on Abraham Singer’s 2015 paper, “There Is No Rawlsian Theory of Corporate Governance.” >>> LINK: Rawls on the Justice of Corporate Governance (by Theodora Welch and Minh Ly

The Justice of Corporate Governance

In the short scholarly article linked below, Welch and Ly offer commentary on Abraham Singer’s 2015 paper, “There Is No Rawlsian Theory of Corporate Governance.” >>> LINK: Rawls on the Justice of Corporate Governance (by Theodora Welch and Minh Ly

Ethics Lapses and CEO Turnover

Does ethical behaviour lead to CEOs getting sacked? The study below suggests a trend in that direction. But some caution is warranted here, both with regard to the headline and the substance of the study. Ethical lapses aren’t always the

Ethics Lapses and CEO Turnover

Does ethical behaviour lead to CEOs getting sacked? The study below suggests a trend in that direction. But some caution is warranted here, both with regard to the headline and the substance of the study. Ethical lapses aren’t always the

Burrito Business Ethics: Cultural Appropriation or Ordinary Competition?

In the wake of cultural-appropriation outrage over a Portland, Oregon breakfast burrito pop-up restaurant run by white people who learned to make flour tortillas by quizzing Baja California women about their techniques, Taco USA: How Mexican Food Conquered America and

Burrito Business Ethics: Cultural Appropriation or Ordinary Competition?

In the wake of cultural-appropriation outrage over a Portland, Oregon breakfast burrito pop-up restaurant run by white people who learned to make flour tortillas by quizzing Baja California women about their techniques, Taco USA: How Mexican Food Conquered America and

Female Entrepreneurs and Access to Venture Capital

This is not as surprising as it should be. >>> LINK: We Recorded VCs’ Conversations and Analyzed How Differently They Talk About Female Entrepreneurs (by Malin Malmstrom, Jeaneth Johansson, and Joakim Wincent for Harvard Business Review) …We were given access

Female Entrepreneurs and Access to Venture Capital

This is not as surprising as it should be. >>> LINK: We Recorded VCs’ Conversations and Analyzed How Differently They Talk About Female Entrepreneurs (by Malin Malmstrom, Jeaneth Johansson, and Joakim Wincent for Harvard Business Review) …We were given access

Inside the VW Scandal

The article linked below is a spectacular bit of reporting, providing insight into the scandal related to Volkswagen’s years-long effort to cover up its falsification of emissions tests. Anyone who knows just a bit of the literature on the ways

Inside the VW Scandal

The article linked below is a spectacular bit of reporting, providing insight into the scandal related to Volkswagen’s years-long effort to cover up its falsification of emissions tests. Anyone who knows just a bit of the literature on the ways

Neuroscience & Trust

The article below discusses a long series of experiments carried out by the author’s lab, regarding the role of the brain chemical oxytocin in getting individuals to trust each other, and regarding the situational factors that tend to increase oxytocin

Neuroscience & Trust

The article below discusses a long series of experiments carried out by the author’s lab, regarding the role of the brain chemical oxytocin in getting individuals to trust each other, and regarding the situational factors that tend to increase oxytocin

Conscious Consumerism a Lie?

“Conscious consumerism” is an attractive idea. The idea that we all have the power to vote with our dollars regarding the fate of the world is a potentially empowering one. But in practice, things are not so clear. Witness this

Conscious Consumerism a Lie?

“Conscious consumerism” is an attractive idea. The idea that we all have the power to vote with our dollars regarding the fate of the world is a potentially empowering one. But in practice, things are not so clear. Witness this