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For a firm to be profitable, does it need to listen to all its stakeholders? And what happens if a firm is sensitive to stakeholder demands and proactive about environmental issues? Bertrand Quelin’s latest research reveals a surprising correlation between these seemingly disparate business issues.

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Sam Aflaki and Serguei Netessine’s new research uncovers a problem with renewable energy incentive policies, such as feed-in tariffs and carbon taxes. Renewables like wind and solar power often depend on carbon costly backups which stunt (...)

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Platform companies like Uber, Airbnb and eBay represent a disruptive new economic phenomenon. Research by Dane Pflueger into the accounting that underpins these new organizations identifies a form that few accountants would recognize. (...)

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On 8th November, 15,000 scientists from 184 different countries signed a “warning (letter) to humanity,” urging the global community to tackle problems such as, notably, climate change. It’s the second letter of its kind, sent 25 years (...)

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The business case study “Prada’s Hong Kong IPO” co-authored by Denis Gromb, Antin I.P. Chair Professor of Finance at HEC Paris, wins prestigious 2018 Award by The Case Centre in the Finance, Accounting and Control category and ranks among (...)

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