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“Don’t Look Up” Is More Than a Metaphor for Climate InactionBlog, Corporate Governance
We should be investing in resources including the skills, health infrastructure, and technology we will need to deal with future pandemics and the consequences of climate change. In the new Netflix sensation Don’t Look Up, two astronomers,…
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Now Is the Time to Prepare for the Economic Shocks of Battling Climate ChangeAccounting, Blog, Corporate Culture, Corporate Governance
Shedding reliance on fossil fuels is key to making the leap from a carbon-intensive present to a greener future. Experts say that smart planning and transparent policymaking can ease the transition—and balance the worst financial risks. The…
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Featured Collaborator for November: David HirshleiferBlog
Interview with David Hirshleifer, Professor of Finance and Merage Chair in Business Growth, University of California-Irvine
What are your main areas of research?
I do research in behavioral finance, economics, accounting, and social science more generally. My main focus in recent years has been on how social interactions affect behavior, and on the cultural transmission of beliefs and behavior.