Scholars assess what it will take to support sustainability within the global fashion industry.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture proposes requiring chicken processors to provide more information in their contracts with growers.
Scholars argue that Basel III Accords limited economic fallout from COVID-19.
Scholar sketches the current regulatory landscape for financial technologies in the United States.
Influencer advertising can bring large profits, but experts say it may also pose unique dangers to consumers.
Scholars argue that antitrust law can complement antidiscrimination law in the fight against systemic racism.
Scholar argues that pension fund managers have pitted vulnerable retirees against marginalized communities.
In this week’s Saturday Seminar, we collect recent scholarship on U.S. workforce development.
Current small business lending discriminates by barring loans to people with criminal histories.
States should follow New York’s lead in lowering how much interest must be paid on unpaid debt judgments.
Policymakers must address how firms disparately enforce contracts for vulnerable communities.
ESG initiatives will provide little social value if firms do not improve conditions that led CSR to fail.