Episode 106 – Is a Crackdown Coming on Corporate Crime?
In this episode, three professors from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan tackle the question, “Is a crackdown coming on corporate crime?” They discuss how widespread corporate crime is, what the Department of Justice is doing to prosecute offenders, and the effectiveness of various remedies.
At the end of the episode is a bonus research interview with Sue Ashford, Michael & Susan Jandernoa Professor of Management and Organizations, to discuss her recent research into the value of self-reflection for people who are functioning as leaders but don’t necessarily have a formal leadership role.
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About the participants
Episode Host and Producer: Bob Needham
Guests: Lindsey Gallo, David Hess, Will Thomas, and Sue Ashford
Audio Engineer: Jonah Brockman