- Unethical Decision Making in Organizations; A Seminar on the Dark Side of the Force (University of Lausanne)
- Managing Responsibly: Practicing Sustainability, Responsibility an Ethics (University of Manchester)
- Business Ethics for the Real World (Santa Clara University & Stanford Graduate School of Business)
- Creating an Ethical Corporate Culture (Santa Clara University & Stanford Graduate School of Business)
- Global Impact: Business Ethics (University of Illinois)
- New Models of Business in Society (University of Virginia)
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The Reset of Capitalism (in Europe)
We need a ‘Great Reset’ or ‘Great Reallocation’ of capitalism in which European capital is being invested in European companies, and vice versa, European companies being financed with European capital; these investment decisions resulting from a dialogue between the European wealthy and European entrepreneurs; and this process being maximally supported and promoted by national and European laws and regulations. This idea was not born from gloomy nationalism or anti-globalism, but from the conviction that a better balance is needed between global and local, between place of production and place of consumption, between mobile wealth and immobile labor, between large-scale politics and small communities, between freedom and responsibility, between short- and long-term. A viewpoint for the Future Markets Consultation submitted by Dutch think tank Socires.
Transparency in the Value Chain Is a Must for Every Company!
Transparency in the chain, for some companies this is their mission, but for many companies it is a complicated matter. While in developing countries, where many raw materials and/or products come from, there is a high risk of human rights violations. Understanding the chain is an important step towards transparency. To achieve this, legislation is necessary, argue Jacob van der Duijn Schouten and Jacoline de Kruijf. A viewpoint submitted to the Future Market Consultation by Dutch NGO Woord & Daad.
The New Corporate Power Concentrations – Recording Live Cast Now Available
The recording of our live cast on new corporate power concentrations (9 November) with authors Rana Foroohar and Jonathan Taplin is now available. The interview with Foroohar and the interview with Taplin, part of the episode, are also available as separate videos.
Trump’s Crony Capitalism
“During his first presidential campaign four years ago, Donald Trump promised to change the way America does business. He has kept that promise: Now more than ever, America resembles the kind of crony-capitalist system that one more commonly associates with developing and post-communist countries”, wites Anne O. Krueger.
The Public’s Business
“By promoting behavioral norms that balance market and society, ‘stakeholder capitalism’ is supposed to enable private firms to fill the vacuum created by the decline of traditional forms of regulation by national governments. Ultimately, though, the only viable solution is to make business itself more democratic”, argues Dani Rodrik.
What Should Corporations Do?
“For all the excitement about corporate ‘stakeholders’ and ‘purpose-driven’ firms, the new mode of capitalism is simply a repackaging of the old. Successful companies will continue to focus on the value of their shares over the long term, while avoiding the risks of wading into areas where they don’t belong”, argues Raghuram Rajan.
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