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Professor Joe Árvai, writing in The Conversation, argues that the agency – under attack by its own administrator – needs reinvention, not destruction.
Professor Kyle Handley explains why the proposed tariffs on steel and aluminum imports undermine economic stability.
Professor Emeritus Marina Whitman, writing in The Conversation, says companies can and should make money while doing good.
Professor Sarah Miller says some attempts to chip away at the healthcare law have backfired.
(UPDATED: 12/12/17) New study by Professors Andy Hoffman and Todd Schifeling shows Bill McKibben’s fossil fuel divestment effort showed results in unexpected ways.
Writing in the CLS Blue Sky Blog, Jeremy Kress says Treasury’s proposed switch to activity-based oversight is misguided.
Cindy Schipani, professor of business law, says the leaked files add life to the argument that the super rich don’t pay their fair share.
Professor Sarah Miller shows that children of mothers who received expanded Medicaid benefits while pregnant are now having healthier babies.