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The Special Master for TARP Executive Compensation

Authors: Hall, Brian J.; Chadbourne, Aaron; Kagzi, Vibha; Kelleher, Caren
Product Type: Cases
Source: Harvard Business School
Publication Year: 2014

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The protagonist is Kenneth Feinberg, who is appointed as Special Master for TARP Executive Compensation and who has the challenging task of negotiating compensation amidst all of the many competing interests...

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Where Markets Lead, Will Justice Follow?

Authors: Walker, Darren; Offenheiser, Raymond; Tauli-Corpuz, Victoria; Samuelson, Judith; Scharmer, Otto; Blank, Rebecca; Joshi, Rajiv; Crawford, Susan; Shiller, Robert J.
Product Type: Essays and Concept Papers; Web Sites
Source: Ford Foundation
Publication Year: 2014

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In this Ford Forum, the Ford Foundation asked eight change makers to weigh in on the issue of markets, leadership, and justice. The answers they found were both surprising and inspiring...

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Rio Tinto and Mining in Mongolia: The Oyu Tolgoi Deposit

Authors: Werker, Eric; Batbold, Battushig; Kennedy, Kelsey; McComish, Zanna; Savla, Shaloo; Shomair, Nicole
Product Type: Cases
Source: Harvard Business School
Publication Year: 2014

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In 2013, Rio Tinto was expected to begin commercial shipments from Oyu Tolgoi, a copper and gold mine in the Gobi Desert of Mongolia. But the terms of the deal were being threatened by elections in Mongolian and a change in voter sentiment towards the project...

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Claws in the Dirt

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Product Type: Magazine / Newspaper Articles
Source: The Economist
Publication Year: 2014

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The adoption of the Clean Air Act in 1970 spurred a wave of anti-regulation reaction from leaders in power, mining and automotive industries. The economic and scientific arguments they made against passing the law were wrong.

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Barry M. Mitnick

Katz Graduate School of Business, University of Pittsburgh

Authors: The Aspen Institute Business and Society Program; Mitnick, Barry M.
Product Type: Featured Collections; Featured Users
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Publication Year: 2014

Barry M. Mitnick is Professor of Business Administration and of Public and International Affairs in the Katz Graduate School of Business and the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Pittsburgh. Professor Mitnick received his Ph.D. and M.A. in political science from the University of Pennsylvania, an M.A. in physics from Columbia University, and his B.S. in physics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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Andrew A. King

Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College

Authors: The Aspen Institute Business and Society Program; King, Andrew
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Publication Year: 2014

Andrew A. King is Professor of Business Administration at Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College. He is an authority on innovation and corporate environmental performance. His research established when firms can find ways to profitably reduce their impact on the environment. His empirical tests of the efficacy of industry self-regulation helped change both private and public policy. His research now explores open source innovation and knowledge sharing.

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John F. Mahon

Maine Business School, University of Maine

Authors: The Aspen Institute Business and Society Program; Mahon, John F.
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Publication Year: 2014

John F. Mahon is the John M. Murphy Chair of International Business Policy and Strategy/Professor of Management at the Maine Business School, University of Maine. He was the founding director of the School of Policy and International Affairs at UM and has served as Provost ad interim; and Dean, College of Business Public Policy and Health.

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Ishtiaq Pasha Mahmood

National University of Singapore Business School

Authors: The Aspen Institute Business and Society Program; Mahmood, Ishtiaq P.
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Publication Year: 2014

Ishtiaq Pasha Mahmood is Associate Professor in the Department of Strategy & Policy at the National University of Singapore where he studies and works with multinational and indigenous companies on their emerging market strategies. He joined the NUS faculty in 1999, after obtaining an economics degree from Oberlin College (1992) and a Ph.D. from Harvard (1999), and an interim stint as a management consultant in Chicago. From 2012 to 2014, Pasha has worked as a Professor at IMD Lausanne where he continues to teach in its flagship Orchestrating Winning Performance (OWP) program in Singapore.

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Mary Margaret Frank

Darden School of Business, University of Virginia

Authors: The Aspen Institute Business and Society Program; Frank, Mary Margaret
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Publication Year: 2014

Mary Margaret Frank is an Associate Professor of Business Administration and Academic Director of the Institute for Business in Society at the Darden Business School at the University of Virginia. Her research, teaching and curriculum development are at the intersection of private, government and public sector engagement. She received her Ph.D. from the Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina.

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Better Growth, Better Climate: The New Climate Economy Report

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Product Type: Policy and Issue Reports
Source: The Global Commission on the Economy and Climate
Publication Year: 2014

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Our report is addressed to economic decision-makers across the world in both public and private sectors. Its core conclusion is that, by shaping the major processes of structural and technological change now occurring in the global economy, we can create lasting economic growth while also tackling the immense risks of climate change.

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