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Corporate Speech and Stakeholders

At a recent discussion on the Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission case at the University of Virginia, a speaker stated that most publicly traded companies do not contribute to political campaigns and political action committees. The reasons the speaker … Continue reading

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A New Future for Microfinance Institutions?

by Brad Brown, Professor at the U.Va. McIntire School of Commerce and Olsson Center Senior Fellow Microcredit and microfinance have captured the imagination of the world by providing what appears to be a successful model of economic development in which … Continue reading

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Employer-Employee Relationship in the 21st Century

Olsson Center Senior Fellow Shawn Berman, Professor of Business & Society at the University of New Mexico Anderson School of Management, recently gave a talk on the “employer-employee relationship in the 21st century.” Berman was speaking to the Business Ethics … Continue reading

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