In recent years, political and legal developments have put two successful civil rights movements in direct conflict with each other. In 2015, the Supreme Court affirmed a Constitutional right to gay marriage in its decision in Obergefell v. Hodges. Further, over the last several years, numerous state and local governments have continued to pass laws that prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation and identity. During the same period, however, in its decision in Hobby Lobby, the Supreme…
The central strategic challenge facing entrepreneurs is how to choose. Motivated by a significant disconnect between theory, practice and teaching, we propose a new approach to entrepreneurial strategy that places the forward-looking and uncertain choices entrepreneurs face at the center of the process of venture formation and scaling. Whether it is the choice of their first customer, the hiring of a first employee, or the choice about which partners to work with (or not), founding…
The new "Marxe Issues" Breakfast Series focuses on important public policy concerns.
The circular economy is gaining increasing attention in Europe and around the world as a potential way for our society to increase prosperity, while reducing dependence on primary materials and energy.
The last 150 years of industrial revolution have been dominated by a one-way or linear model of production and consumption in which goods are manufactured from raw materials, sold, used and discarded as waste. This model has been exceptionally successful in providing affordable products to…
Paul A. Feit Memorial Lecture and conversation with writer and former Vice President of Nicaragua Sergio Ramírez
Activist Artists Share Their Work. Playwright, actor, singer-songwriter, performance artist, and social critic Taylor Mac, choreographer and disability rights advocate Heidi Latsky, Joe's Pub Director Shanta Thake and Urban Bush Women, who are developing a work about race, gender, and economic inequality in the lives of African-American women at BPAC, offer examples of their activist work.
The Concrete Justice troup of Theatre of the Oppressed NYC engages the audience in a Forum Play, using theatre as a medium for communal problem-solving around injustices experienced by homeless and jobless New Yorkers.
Mellon Foundation president Earl Lewis and Dean David Birdsell discuss the role of philanthropy in higher education.
Allocating Cash Dividends Between Preferred and Common Stock
CUNYfirst training : viewing student records
Baruch College 50th commencement excercises (2015).
Baruch College's 48th Commencement Exercises
Private-Equity Firm: Friend or Foe of the U.S. Economy? (Part 1 of 2)
Muddy Waters 101
Getting Started: Using SPS Library Services (Full)
Statement of Cash Flows: Cash Collections from Customers
12 years of short selling
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