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Are Italians or Swedes More Likely to Cheat on Their Taxes?

Wide variations can be seen in how far citizens from different countries evade tax. While this can be attributed to how well institutions deter tax avoidance through audits and fines, cultural differences may also play a part.

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The Aging of America's Corporate Boardrooms—UC Berkeley Corporate Governance Expert Available. #SumnerRedstone #Viacom #CBS

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Study Tracks Perceptions of Making Ethical Purchases

Society believes that those on social assistance - or welfare - should not be paying a premium to purchase ethical goods instead of cheaper alternatives, according to a new study from Simon Fraser University's Beedie School of Business.

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FAU Research Indicates Vivid Language Used to Assure Whistleblowers of Protection Can Instead Evoke Fear

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A new study by researchers at FAU and Providence College has found that vivid language intended to assure potential whistleblowers they will be protected from retaliation is instead likely to evoke fear and make them less likely to report misconduct.

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Corporate Sustainability Should Be Core Strategy, Requires Paths Unique to Each Business

Prior to the 1990s, there was little concept of corporate sustainability within the textile and apparel industry. However, beginning in the mid-1990s, clothing and apparel corporations began receiving pushback from consumers regarding social, environmental and economic sustainability. In an effort to qualify the process of investing in corporate sustainability, University of Missouri researchers examined two major international apparel brands, Nike and Adidas, to determine the paths taken to reach corporate sustainability. Saheli Goswami, a doctoral student in the MU College of Human Environmental Sciences, says that while both companies are currently models of corporate sustainability, they took very different paths to reach the end goal.

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International Tax Law Expert Available Re: Panama Papers

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Johns Hopkins Faculty Available to Discuss Financial Crises, Corporate Governance, Regulation, Campaign Finance, and Ethics

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Panama Papers Show Billions of Dollars Stashed Away by the Wealthy Elite, Including Several World Leaders; Experts Needed

Experts needed to explain which countries provide tax havens and do not comply with international regulations. How did investigative journalists examine the millions of files from the Panama law firm Mossack Fonseca and trace them back to prominent world leaders?

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Expert: Fiduciary Rule Equalizes System for Clients, Financial Advisers

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Top Soccer Players Are Under-Performing Because of Gambling, Research Says

Players are also using online betting sites to conceal their gambling from their partners, the British Sociological Association's annual conference in Birmingham was told today [Thursday, April 7. 2016].

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Lynne Vincent, Assistant Professor of Management, Can Speak on the Moral and Social Implications of Creativity

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New Book Reveals That Food Monopolies Are Everywhere

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Food monopolies are everywhere – and they’re growing. A new book by a Michigan State University professor dissects the troubling trend and shows how it’s happening on all levels of the food chain.

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Double Cheeseburger and a Diet Soda, Please

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While more consumers than ever are making healthier choices at the grocery store, they tend to purchase a balance of healthy and less-healthy foods, according to new research from the University at Buffalo School of Management.

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Investigating a Tax Mystery with Big Policy Implications

You might think corporate taxes are too high, too low or just about right. Whatever you think, you might be surprised to learn that effective tax rates for U.S. companies have declined over the last quarter century, even as the statutory rate held steady. - See more at: http://www.kenan-flagler.unc.edu/news/2016/02/ROI-2016-Maydew#sthash.e447Kw1b.dpuf