This week, David Gamage (Indiana) reviews a new draft article by Regina Herzlinger (Harvard Business School) and Barak D. Richman (Duke Law), Evaluating Changes to the Income Tax Code to Create Consumer-Driven Health Insurance Competition. The intersections between taxation and health policy have become increasingly important to political debates in...
By Doug Martin “In 15 years from now, half of US universities may be in bankruptcy. In the end I’m excited to see that happen. So pray for Harvard Business School if you wouldn’t mind.” Clayton Christensen (2013) “ Thank God for Clayton...Show More Summary
This week, we speak with Duff McDonald, journalist and author of several critically acclaimed books, including The Golden Passport about issues with Harvard Business School, and The Firm about the influential (and havoc wreaking) McKinsey & Co. Show More Summary
This week, we speak with Duff McDonald, is a journalist and author of several critically acclaimed books, including The Golden Passport about issues with Harvard Business School, and The Firm about the influential (and havoc wreaking) McKinsey & Co. Show More Summary
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Robert Austin, a professor at Ivey Business School, and Gary Pisano, a professor at Harvard Business School, talk about the growing number of pioneering firms that are actively identifying and hiring more employees with autism spectrum disorder and other forms of neurodiversity. Show More Summary
Karim Lakhani, Harvard Business School professor and co-founder of the HBS Digital Initiative, discusses blockchain, an online record-keeping technology that many believe will revolutionize commerce. Lakhani breaks down how the technology...Show More Summary
Mihir Desai, a professor of Harvard Business School and the author of "Wisdom of Finance" explains why having shareholders who are separate from the managers hold great danger for finance today. Following is a transcript of the video. Josh Barro: So wait, let's walk through the principal-agent problem and the producers. Show More Summary
While most athletes don’t think about their post-career until it’s actually over, CJ McCollum is planning his right now in the prime of his career. The Portland Trailblazers shooting guard, who earned a journalism degree from Lehigh University and interned at The Players’ Tribune last summer, is taking a course at Harvard Business School called “The Business of […]
Mihir Desai, professor at Harvard Business School and Harvard Law School, argues for re-humanizing finance. He says the practice of finance, with increasing quantification, has lost touch with its foundations. But he says finance can be principled, ethical, even life-affirming. Show More Summary
Harvard Business School professor Mihir Desai, author of "Wisdom of Finance" uses several arts and literature examples to get his point to the readers. In this excerpt of his interview with Business Insider, he explains what the works of Jane Austen and Anthony Trollope can teach us about risk management in finance. Show More Summary
Eugene Soltes is a professor at Harvard Business School as well as the author of "Why They Do It," which focuses on white-collar crime. He spent seven years speaking with some of the biggest white-collar criminals in history including Bernie Madoff. Here he discusses what Madoff's life is like behind bars. Join the conversation about this story »
Each year, nearly 20 billion sanitary pads, tampons and applicators are dumped into North American landfills every year, and it takes centuries for them to biodegrade inside plastic bags, according to a 2016 Harvard Business School report. Show More Summary
April saw a debate about whether or not crowdfunding is transforming philanthropy, critiques of Harvard Business School, a report on the lack of philanthropy in the Deep South, a first-person account of the effects of founder’s syndrome, and tools to help more funders engage in advocacy. Add to that a new Supreme Court Justice, some new […]
The old adage is often true: We don’t quit jobs, we quit bosses. Besides hurting your mental well-being and productivity, working for a bad boss can severely impact your health. Researchers from Harvard Business School and Stanford University found that the stress bad bosses cause can be as damaging as secondhand smoke. Show More Summary
Donald Trump’s American Health Care Act has reappeared following its initial rejection last month, and Republicans are pushing for a vote (stat!). Michael Chernew, a professor of health care policy at Harvard Medical School, breaks down the revisions—and the broader health care debate we are now in...
Everyone involved with Harvard Business School believes that MBAs shouldn’t just be running businesses, they should be running everything else as well.
Duff McDonald’s “The Golden Passport” questions whether Harvard Business School is responsible for the global financial crash.
A new study by a pair of Harvard Business School researchers, focusing on Bay Area restaurants between 2008 and 2016, found that minimum wage hikes do indeed impact restaurants' ability to stay in business, but specifically they are more likely to impact restaurants with average or below average ratings on Yelp. [ more › ]
IT’S ALL ABOUT THE VIRTUE-SIGNALLING: Gentry Liberalism in San Francisco. Local minimum wage hikes cause restaurants to leave or shut down and deter new ones from entering, according to a new Harvard Business School study of the San Francisco Bay Area restaurant industry that contradicts the orthodox liberal view that steeply raising the cost of […]