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By Viviane De Beaufort An increasing number of women are interested in creating their own business – yet even in the 21st century, there are...

Boards Face Leadership Crisis In Changing Times

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By Andrew Kakabadse Boards can prove easy targets for their critics. Below, Andrew Kakabadse discusses how to make boards work, and argues that directors should...

Leadership as the Search for Greater Coherence

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By Nathan Harter Literature around leadership is not hard to come by, but there are few texts that examine the process of leadership from where...

From Hubris to Disgrace: The End of Finance as we Know it…

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By Mark Esposito and Terence Tse In this article, Mark Esposito (co-editor with O’Sullivan and Allington of the book From Hubris to Disgrace) and Terence...

Transformation of Financial Services in Northeast Asian Banks: An Unexpected, but Pleasant, Cultural Surprise

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By Jung Kee Hong and You-il Lee   Below Dr. Jung Kee Hong and Dr. You-il Lee explore the new emergence of financial market trends shown...

Natural Disasters, Bank Damages, and Firm Activities

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By Kaoru Hosono and Daisuke Miyakawa Below Kaoru Hosono and Daisuke Miyakawa examine the impacts of financial shocks arising from two earthquakes in

How Asia Works: Finance – The Merits of A Short Leash

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By Joe Studwell Deregulating finance for short-term gains may work in developed Western economies, and even then only at times, but premature deregulation has wreaked...

Putting Executive Pay in Context

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By David De Cremer Before the financial crisis executive pay in the finance sector had skyrocketed; bonuses were no longer given to reward hard and...

Can Capitalism Save the Environment?

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By Tabitha M. Benney Developing economies can provide an invaluable contribution to the effort to prevent further climate change. Below Tabitha M. Benney illustrates how...

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