As detailed in a June 2023 event in Grenoble, France, business schools hold partial responsibility for the longstanding behaviour of multinational corporations (MNCs) in indigenous territories.
Executives and other high-level inside traders at US companies with global sales earned about three times as much in a month as the average investor, a new study found.
Rather than ending the race to bottom from international profit shifting, the Australian government’s proposed 15% tax rate is likely to entrench it. Here’s why.
The public bears the suffering and costs of the global epidemic of noncommunicable diseases, and the rapidly accelerating climate emergency.
New research shows that companies are shifting record amounts of their profits to tax havens, despite a global effort to crack down on the practice.
The UK windfall tax has barely made a dent in surging energy profits this year.
Multinational enterprises are facing a high rate of repatriate turnover from employees returning back home from international assignments.
A transcript of an episode of The Conversation Weekly published on October 6, 2022.
The global external shocks require a total rethink, repurpose and reform of the process of globalisation.
African countries, rich in resources, easily fall prey to aggressive tax planning and tax evasion facilitated by offshore companies.
Can multinational corporations really be fully engaging in social responsibility if they turn a blind eye to state-sanctioned hostilities against LGBT people?
Research suggests that corporate leaders can be encouraged to lobby for climate action by personally experiencing the effects of climate change.
Pressure from business leaders and a simple legislative process leave few excuses for not introducing rules to combat modern slavery in commercial supply chains.
A medieval historian and business studies expert discuss how pandemics past and present impact on big business.
Tax rates may be the same for big and small companies, but five charts show how things work out differently in practice.
Drug prices for many life-saving drugs have skyrocketed in recent years. The reasons may surprise you.
Little research has been done on the impact of multinational companies that are born and bred on African soil.
New initiatives have allowed firms to enshrine their purpose in corporate bylaws, but gaps exist between local and international issues that can complicate the definition of a multinational’s purpose.
Multinational corporations are increasingly vigilant about respecting human rights, but the case of Mexico tells us that they can indirectly encourage violations by local businesses.
While the political and long-term consequences of the protests are still impossible to know, Hong Kong is already experiencing some short-term economic impacts.