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When and Why Gender Differences Emerge for Sexual Harassment Behavior

We describe motives and identity of underlying sexual harassment behaviors in the workplace.

Jessica A. Kennedy et al.  

The Importance of Protecting Jobs and Workers Rights during Crises

Employment rights cannot be overruled, even during a crisis.

Chokri Kooli  

Corona-blues: The next hollowing-out of the economy

The pandemic has accelerated the decoupling of the digital economy from the real economy, with frightening implicatio...

Olaf J. Groth et al.  

Post-Pandemic Privacy

Pandemic management has taken on an ethical dimension - and the privacy question will remain long after crisis subsides.

Mark Esposito et al.  

Diamonds in the Rough: How do Deeply Corrupt Industries Become Sustainable?

Diamonds are supposed to be symbols of love and commitment, but the devastating consequences of diamond mining are we...

David Salisbury  

Bigotry is Bad for the Economy

The effects of discrimination are felt by everyone. Race and gender biases hold hidden costs, not only for mental hea...

David Salisbury  

Facebook, User Privacy, and Data Responsibility

With great power comes great responsibility. Despite public outrage and Congressional hearings over the Cambridge Ana...

David Salisbury  

Evolution of Business Ethics in the US: From Exploitation to Ethics?

The Gilded Age of the United States not only gave rise to rapid industrialization, but also the debate over business ...

Daniel Ginsberg  

Arimark and Ethicality

Aramark, one of the largest food conglomerates in the United States, is consistently ranked among the ethical compani...

Lillian Dong  

California Management Review

Berkeley-Haas's Premier Management Journal

Published at Berkeley Haas for more than sixty years, California Management Review seeks to share knowledge that challenges convention and shows a better way of doing business.

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