Mark Esposito

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    Understanding how finance has moved from “Hubris to Disgrace”

Understanding how finance has moved from “Hubris to Disgrace”

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The after-effects of the 2008 financial crisis are still being felt throughout the global economy. In order to help prevent a similar crisis from reoccurring, policymakers need to better understand finance’s continuing problems. Ahead of the publication of their new book, ‘From Hubris to Disgrace’, Mark Esposito and Terence Tse outline a framework to better understand the rise of […]

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    Business schools have lost a staggering amount of credibility in the business community.

Business schools have lost a staggering amount of credibility in the business community.

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Business schools strive to connect academic research to real-world practice. But Terence Tse and Mark Esposito find many institutions are failing to overcome academic silos in order to prepare students for the changing demands of the business world. Standardisation of curricula for accreditation limits the adaptability needed to teach the skillsets employers need and in many cases ivory tower expertise […]

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    Leaders must focus on fixing the inequality of labor income in the U.S.

Leaders must focus on fixing the inequality of labor income in the U.S.

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With income inequality now at levels greater than those seen during the Gilded Age, many have become concerned about the impacts of such societal discrepancies on democracy. Mark Esposito and Terence Tse trace the history capital accumulation and income inequality in the United States and Europe, showing that the working class in the U.S. is getting poorer, even as their […]

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