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Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility

Can Local CSR Enhance Global Leadership?

Elvira, Marta; Dávila, Anabella; Rodríguez-Lluesma, Carlos Even global companies need to meet the needs of the different local markets they operate in, and global leaders should be familiar with local dynamics. One way to achieve that is to address the idiosyncrasies through local-level CSR. Read article
Strategy

Geopolitics: What You Don't Know Can Hurt You

Rosenberg, Mike Blindsided by Brexit or Trump? Is your organization proactively planning for the next geopolitical developments? In his latest book, Strategy and Geopolitics, professor Mike Rosenberg offers senior management a framework for getting a better handle on what might come next in tumultuous times. Read article
Information Technologies

Management Truths in an Age of Fake News

Rosenberg, Mike; Seager, Phil Do newspapers, magazines or books have a future? Will terrestrial television exist as a meaningful player in five years' time? Amid attacks and dramatic changes, leading IESE professors and practitioners share the timeless tools needed to manage media and entertainment businesses. Read article
Finance

Risk, Expected Returns, and an "Absurd" Model

Fernández, Pablo Professor Pablo Fernández's no-holds-barred critique of the Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) is now a chapter in the 2017 book Economic Ideas You Should Forget. So what's wrong with the Nobel-prize winning, immensely popular model? Read article
Knowledge and Communication

The 10 Most Common Mistakes in Decision-Making

Ariño, Miguel Angel; Maella, Pablo Decision-making is as complex as it is inevitable. And yet no one formally teaches us how to do it. In their latest book, Miguel Angel Ariño and Pablo Maella review the 10 most common errors that lead to bad decisions. Read article
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