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Professor David Hess argues for reforming corporate sentencing guidelines to build a culture that promotes ethical behavior, not just compliance.

Professor Dana Muir, writing in WSJ’s ‘The Experts’ blog, says employer moves to de-risk pension plans could put your benefit at greater risk.

New research by Professor Martin Schmalz and PhD student Sahil Raina shows many of the largest banks in the U.S. have the same owners, and why that’s bad for consumers.

New study by Professor Yue Maggie Zhou shows different types of competition spur different behaviors and outcomes.

New book by Professor Ted London details how to build more effective ventures to serve people with low incomes.

Professor David Mayer, writing in Fast Company, shows that it takes more to build an ethical culture than just acting morally.

The corporate tax rate in the United States is still one of the highest in the world, so unless that changes, the incentive for tax-inversion deals is still there.

-- E. Han Kim,  Everett E. Berg Professor of Business Administration and Professor of Finance and International Business, on why tax-inversion mergers will continue.  U.S. News & World Report, Jan. 10, 2016.

New research by Professor Aradhna Krishna shows people react differently to placement of emotional and rational appeals.

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