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A Team Production Theory of Corporate Law

Authors: Blair, Margaret; Stout, Lynn A.
Product Type: Essays and Concept Papers; Journal Articles
Source: Virginia Law Review, Vol. 85, No. 2, pp. 248-328.
Publication Year: 1999

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Contemporary corporate scholarship generally assumes that the central economic problem addressed by corporation law is getting managers and directors to act as loyal agents for shareholders. We take issue with this approach and argue that the unique legal rules governing publicly-held corporations are instead designed primarily to address a different problem - the "team production" problem - that arises when a number of individuals must invest firm-specific resources to produce a nonseparable output...

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Unsavory Problems at Tasty's: A Role Play about Whistle-Blowing

Authors: Comer, Debra R.; Vega, Gina
Product Type: Cases; Exercises
Source: Journal Of Management Education
Publication Year: 2006

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This article presents a role-play exercise to make the topic of whistle-blowing personally salient to undergraduates. Students identify with the prospective whistle-blower, whose decision affects several stakeholders...

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Financial Reporting Problems at Molex, Inc. (A, B, C)

Author: Healy, Paul M.
Product Type: Cases
Source: Harvard Business School
Publication Year: 2006

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Following an accounting problem at Molex, the firm's auditors request changes in management.

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What Happened at Enron?

Author: Moffett, Michael H.
Product Type: Cases
Source: Thunderbird School of Global Management
Publication Year: 2004

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On 2 December 2001, Enron Corporation filed for bankruptcy protection under Chapter 11. One of the most highly publicized business debacles in history - its settlements, criminal charges, civil charges, and workouts will continue for years. But outside of the courts and sensational press, what really happened?

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The Stakeholder Theory of the Corporation: Concepts, Evidence and Implications

Authors: Donaldson, Thomas; Preston, Lee E.
Product Type: Journal Articles
Source: Academy of Management Review, 1995, Volume 20, No. 1
Publication Year: 1995

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The authors examine the descriptive, instrumental and normative aspects of stakeholder theory. This article examines the descriptive, instrumental and normative aspects of stakeholder theory.

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CGA: What Do We Know and What Do We Teach Future Business Leaders?

Author: Gentile, Mary C.
Product Type: Essays and Concept Papers; Speeches
Source: The Aspen Institute Center for Business Education's Corporate Governance and Accountability Project
Publication Year: 2003

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The Aspen Institute Business & Society Program reports on MBA education's approaches to governance issues, offering a rich picture of what is currently taught in MBA programs; the strengths and limitations of this material; the questions left unanswered or unasked; and some promising approaches for addressing these gaps.

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Veridian: Putting a Value on Values

This case was analyzed in the 2006 Walter V. Shipley Business Leadership Case Competition

Authors: Khurana, Rakesh; Podolny, Joel; Elias, Jaan
Product Type: Cases
Source: Harvard Business School
Publication Year: 2006

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While some CEOs would have welcomed the opportunity to sell their companies for a substantial premium over its current stock price, David Langstaff had not built Veridian – a medium-sized defense contractor -- to be a high flier in the stock market. Langstaff believed that he was building a "national asset" - a company dedicated to giving the nation's top technologists the opportunity to devise the best solutions to the nation's most pressing problems...

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The Path to Corporate Responsibility

Author: Zadek, Simon
Product Type: Journal Articles
Source: Harvard Business Review
Publication Year: 2004

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Nike's tagline, "Just do it," is an inspirational call to action for the millions who wear the company's athletic gear. But in terms of corporate responsibility, Nike didn't always follow its own advice...

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New Century Financial Corporation

Authors: Palepu, Krishna G.; Srinivasan, Suraj; Sesia, Aldo
Product Type: Cases
Source: Harvard Business School
Publication Year: 2008

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After years of rapid growth and stock price appreciation, New Century Financial Corporation, one of the largest subprime loan originators in the U.S., reported accounting problems in early 2007.

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Webcast: Sarbanes-Oxley Act: How Did We Get Here?

Online Web-Conference, June 27th, 2006

Authors: Keating, Elizabeth; The Corporate Governance and Accountability Project Team
Product Type: Multimedia
Source: The Aspen Institute Center for Business Education's Corporate Governance and Accountability Project
Publication Year: 2006

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Faculty, if you missed the Harvard Law Professor Elizabeth Keating's Sarbanes Oxley Web-Conference (Sarbanes-Oxley: How Did We Get Here?), you can still access the powerpoint and audio presentations here...

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