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Bernstein Center Awards Faculty and Doctoral Research Grants

Ethics and Leadership News | August 21, 2018

The Bernstein Center Sponsors Faculty and Doctoral Grants to Promote Research on Leadership and Ethics

Topics: Accounting, Business Economics and Public Policy, Corporate Finance, Labor, Leadership | Read Article

Katherine W. Phillips Appointed Director of the Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. Center for Leadership and Ethics

Ethics and Leadership News | August 3, 2018

Katherine W. Phillips, the Reuben Mark Professor of Organizational Character, has been appointed Director of the Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. Center for Leadership and Ethics

Topics: Leadership | Read Article

The Bernstein Center and the Military in Business Association Forms Affiliation to Strengthen Programming Concerning Military-Civilian Divide

Ethics and Leadership News | May 16, 2018

 

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New Research Finds Deceptive Negotiation Is Driven by Misperceptions of Others’ Ethics

Ethics and Leadership News | May 16, 2018

Columbia Business School scholars present a new framework for exploring why people are drawn into deceiving others in negotiation.

Topics: Operations, Strategy | Read Article

Arianna Huffington, Founder and CEO of Thrive Global, Headlines 2018 Klion Forum at Columbia Business School

Ethics and Leadership News | May 9, 2018

Arianna Huffington, Founder & CEO of Thrive Global; Founder of The Huffington Post, discusses her thoughts on women board member quotas with Professor Gita Johar, Meyer Feldberg Professor of Business in Marketing at the 2018 KPMG Peat Marwick/ Stanley R. Klion Forum.

Topics: Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Marketing, Media and Technology | Read Article

Columbia Business School: Mandated Corporate Good Behavior Hurts Bottom Line & Reduces Efforts to “Do Good”

Ethics and Leadership News | May 1, 2018

NEW YORK—When government forces the business sector to “do good,” it hurts the bottom line and actually reduces voluntary efforts to be good corporate neighbors. Those are the findings of research unveiled today by Columbia Business School, which examines the viability of mandatory Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) as a business practice, finding that enforced activity –efforts by governments to make CSR spending mandatory by law– is a value-decreasing proposition for shareholders, and a disincentive for corporate good behavior.

Topics: Leadership, Operations, Organizations | Read Article

Scientifically Proven Ways You Can Use to Make Better Decisions

In the Media | April 30, 2018 | Forbes

Topics: Strategy | Read Article

The 40 Best Business Professors Under 40

In the Media | April 23, 2018 | Poets and Quants

Topics: Leadership | Read Article

Is There a Way to Use Social Media for Good? Scientists Say Yes

In the Media | April 20, 2018 | Wired

Topics: Media and Technology | Read Article

Americans Are Losing Faith in the Government to Solve Their Problems — and Turning to Corporations Instead

In the Media | March 20, 2018 | Vox

Topics: Business Economics and Public Policy | Read Article

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