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Adam Smith’s Legacy for Ethics and Economics

Olsson Center Senior Fellow Patricia H. Werhane has written about interpretations of Adam Smith and capitalism in the past. In a 2006 article, she challenges a popular understanding of the Wealth of Nations. According to the popular reading of Smith, … Continue reading

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New ways of measuring company performance

by Jeffrey Harrison and Andrew Wicks         Firm performance is a fundamental issue for scholars and practitioners alike. We need a way of understanding what it means to do well, and what indicates sub-standard performance or failure. … Continue reading

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