Finance

‘Referral hiring isn’t great for diversity’

“We will open the book. Its pages are blank. We are going to put words on them ourselves. The book is called Opportunity and its first chapter is New Year’s Day.”  ― Edith Lovejoy Pierce Happy New year! Happy new changes! New Year’s Day marks a new chapter in many peoples’…
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“Does Donald Trump’s election as United States president mean that globalization is dead, or are reports of the process’ demise greatly exaggerated?”

The title of this post is from Project Syndicate with Barry Eichengreen, a Professor of Economics at the University of California, Berkeley, who wrote an interesting article on the condition of globalization and the world trade growth even without Trump in office- Globalization’s Last Gasp. So what’s the deal with globalization? Is it…
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How social investment projects started making sense for big companies

Carol A Adams, Durham University; Brad Potter, University of Melbourne, and Jodi York, University of Melbourne Companies are cottoning on to the idea that social investment projects can be good for business even if they don’t show up in the balance sheet. There has been a shift in corporate thinking…
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