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Business History

Understanding business is not a purely dollars and cents exercise. Genuine insight into the workings of markets and firms needs to include lessons from the humanities and social sciences. The field of business history is situated at this juncture of … Continue reading

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Rehabilitating Governance

Back in May 2011, the Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Responsibility came up with a twelve-step program to guide the rehabilitation of corporate governance. While I must admit a certain aversion to any scheme that presents … Continue reading

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