How to develop the right capabilities to lead global growth.
Banks do not control the demand for compliance, but they can optimize the effectiveness and efficiency of their response.
Sustainability efforts are material to investors only to the extent they affect cash flows. What matters depends on the industry.
In an increasingly globalised world, law firms must be able to provide clients with worldwide legal support, and successful mergers will ensure they can compete.
Keeping your deal team small ensures confidentiality, but pinpointing synergies requires bringing more people on board. Here’s how to strike the right balance.
Migration has become a flashpoint for debate in many countries. But research finds that it generates significant economic benefits—and more effective integration of immigrants could increase those benefits.
US politics trumped Brexit in Ethical Corporation's review of the stories that had the greatest impact on companies in a turbulent year
International partnerships can put parties at odds, but there are ways for smaller firms to avoid common conflicts and stick up for themselves.
Negotiations on the U.K.’s split from the European Union could take years. Instead of waiting, enterprise leaders should rethink their strategies now.
Recent ADA-related challenges raise questions over corporate initiatives designed to improve employees’ health.
Family businesses were the particular beneficiaries of three decades of favorable global economics. Now operating a la familia should prompt soul-searching about how they manage their unique strengths.
In Aristotelian thought, virtue ethics are supposed to lead to a good outcome - happiness. Corporate virtues, once nurtured and established, can lead to happy stakeholders and, ultimately, better performance. But it will take a rethinking by companies around the globe.
Like companies in the private sector, governments from national to local can smooth the process of digital transformation—and improve services to their “customers,” the public—by adhering to certain core principles. Here’s a road map.
Instead of sustainability, we should instead speak of adaptability, a term that skews away from the idea of a perfect, ordered nature and unchanging industrial-technological conditions.
New ILO report looks at how the increasing number of labour provisions in trade agreements are impacting the world of work.
Given the tectonic shifts in the legal landscape, the relevant issue may not be how much law schools should shrink. Today the more important question is whether they should exist at all.
It is long overdue to offer genuine hope to millions of people who for too long have been denied the prosperous future they deserve.
A logical implication of the externality argument is that trade agreements lead to freer trade. The case for free trade rests on strong assumptions that may or may not be reasonable.
Lawyers often get a bad reputation for being slimy and conniving (deservedly or not), but ROSS has neither of those qualities.
Most seasoned entrepreneurs will tell you that starting a business is one of the most rewarding experiences in life. At the same time, many will caveat that getting a business off the ground is harder than most people think.
We're all pretending a little, aren't we? This, though, is an incredible example of someone who pretended a lot.
Anna Alaburda’s case against the Thomas Jefferson School of Law, which she attended nearly a decade ago, is going to trial.
A WTO agreement to cut red tape would reduce costs of trade by around 15%.
By 2018 The Lawyer UK 200 is likely to have a new member of its £100m+ revenue club, and it won’t be a law firm.
Are you thinking about leaving a legal job or accepting a new one? Make sure you consider this very important factor before making your move.
As you look to expand your organization overseas, you need to know how to capitalize on the opportunities that are out there, but at the same time you need to be aware of the risks.
The paper has attempted to provide a broad framework of guiding principles for the second generation of reforms for FDI.
The global IP system should be seen as a tool to regulate and facilitate trade, information and knowledge in innovative and creative goods and services.
The Case for a Multilateral Agreement on Investment
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2015 will be the year that marks the end of major international regulatory reforms designed to lessen the occurrence of another financial meltdown and a renewed emphasis on ethics and customer responsibility.
International Trade Legal Do’s and Don’ts Guide
A Pocket Guide
Economy Profile of Nepal
Comparing Business Regulations for domestic firms in 189 economies.