Luigi Guiso (EIEF), Paola Sapienza (Northwestern) and Luigi Zingales (Chicago): The Value of Corporate Culture. Richard Schragger (Virginia) and Micah Schwartzman (Virginia): Some Realism about Corporate Rights. Anne Alstott (Yale): Gender Quotas for Corporate Boards: Options for Legal Design in the United States. Y. Han (Andy) Kim (NTU) and Felix Meschke (Kansas): CEO Interviews on CNBC. Christopher M. Bruner (Washington and Lee): Is the Corporate Director's Duty of Care a “Fiduciary” Duty? Does It Matter? Mitchell Hoffman (Toronto) and John Morgan (UC-Berkeley): Who's Naughty? Who's Nice? Experiments on Whether Pro-Social Workers are Selected Out of Cutthroat Business Environments. Do firms go bad? Lee E. Biggerstaff, David Cicero, and Andy Puckett on how curbing corporate misbehaviour is a key policy goal but fixing the problem requires an understanding of what causes it. Don Peck on how the emerging practice of "people analytics" is already transforming how employers hire, fire, and promote. Emma Roller on the corporate ethos that contributed to healthcare.gov's failure. Capitalism in trouble: CEOs are growing nervous — can they help save our system from its worst excesses? Wells Fargo’s makeover: Avi Asher-Schapiro on how Wells Fargo has found a way to spin its history of racist and predatory lending into public relations gold. Daniel Little on Thorstein Veblen's critique of the American system of business. The mindfulness business: Western capitalism is looking for inspiration in eastern mysticism.

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