What is Climate Risk in Finance?
Professor Paul Griffin says the phrase is key to lawsuits pushing fossil fuel firms to disclose their carbon footprint
Professor Paul Griffin defines this special case of financial risk by three categories of uncertainty.
What Our Scholars are Reading this Summer
14 recommendations from politics, economics, history and more
We asked some of the brightest people we know—our faculty—what they’ve been reading on and off the beach this summer. It’s not light fare.
Platform-enabled marketplaces, and other Internet-based goods and products with digital components and network effects are transforming the very idea of what a business is, how it creates value, and how it should be managed.
Microsoft, GitHub and the Irony
A pioneer of closed-source software, Microsoft embraces the leading platform for open source
Microsoft, with the world’s most popular PC operating system, has come full circle in acquiring the largest open-source code repository, writes Professor Andrew Hargadon.
Employers and employees need to become familiar with the California Fair Pay Act, the nation’s strongest such law, which requires equal pay for “substantially similar work.”
“We should use education and warnings to limit the damage,” writes Professor Hemant Bhargava.