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Sarbanes-Oxley added numerous outside inspections on company audit controls. Contrary to corporate complaints, a new study verifies the need.
During the financial crisis of 2007-2009, the banking industry suffered a huge decline in liquidity on their own balance sheets, decreasing the amount of money they could lend. Did banks’ efforts to absorb the liquidity shock spike a decline in overall credit supply?
Most published research in the IS field is quantitative, analyzing measurable, verifiable quantitative data and evidence. How can the alternative - qualitative research - be promoted for IS?
Gift cards – that one-size-fits-all present for any occasion – can be an excellent choice for both giver and receiver. But how do companies account for them when the card is never redeemed?
Boards of directors have two jobs: oversight and advising. But can too much oversight lead to worse advice?
Recommendations for how and when tablet computers can add value to organizations.
Networks – those all-important relationships developed in business settings – have long been a subject of study. But recently, interest has developed in the different ways men and women set about networking.
Business ethicists are quick to comment on sensational cases of compensation involving very high pay for CEOs and very low pay for workers in overseas factories and sweatshops. But why do they rarely discuss the ethics of compensation in general, including for “ordinary” workers?
Corporate capitalism has been debased by “misguided faith. Until it is redeemed by a “strong” or “good faith,” it will continue to be riddled by impropriety and scandal.
A growing proportion of all B-to-B transactions are facilitated by interorganizational coordination hubs (ICHs). How well do the participants in these hubs make key decisions about the way they work with each other through the hub - and interact with the organization that runs the hub?
In the face of time constraints imposed by managed care, the best physicians recognize the merit of listening carefully to their patients.