©PrettyVectors Georg Wernicke HEC Paris Professor

In giving large compensation to CEOs, some companies receive criticism in the media, while others escape attention. Recent research shows that the companies under the most scrutiny are often those who engage in activities that media and other stakeholders perceive as contradictory, such as CEO overcompensation and corporate philanthropy. 

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Law, Regulation and Institution30 September 2015

Codes of conduct: a new legal tool for protecting consumers

In theory, codes of conduct - rules that an organization agrees to follow – do not have legal (...)

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Hervé Stolowy and his co-authors look at the impact for companies based in non-English speaking (...)

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Consumer Behavior15 October 2011

Rumors : How They Spread and How to Combat Them

How does a rumor initially fraught with uncertainty—which should therefore be questioned by (...)

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