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- Competition Economics Handbook 2019, November 2018
- Journal of Compensation and Benefits, November/December 2018
Elizabeth Arnold describes the relationships among companies and independent contractors, and the potential effects of reclassification on workers, systems, and structures throughout an organization.
- Scorpeo US LLC white paper, November 13, 2018
Emre Carr writes about aggregate losses to beneficial owners due to corporate action decisions by asset managers; regulatory and litigation risks; and potential solutions.
- Law360, November 8, 2018
Naomi Bowman writes about potential benefits of reimagining the structures of legal, compliance, and risks teams working in financial services.
- TotalRetail, November 8, 2018
Keith Jelinek writes about best practices to serve customers and increase profitably in a challenging omnichannel retail environment.
- BRG, November 7, 2018
Jason Moretz writes about how building better emergency department care models can help provide effective and efficient care to healthcare organizations.
- ThinkSet, issue 6, Fall 2018, November 6, 2018
Phil Rowley introduces topics in the latest issue of ThinkSet, including data protection and cybersecurity, litigation financing, and private equity.
- International Comparative Legal Guide, November 5, 2018
- Legaltech News, November 2, 2018
David Kalat writes about the history of identifying criminals through photographs, the Bertillon method of pairing photography with measurements presumed to be immutable attributes of a person, and how the computer age affected identification.
- BRG Retail, October 31, 2018
2018 Holiday sales forecasts have come in with a broad range of 4 percent to 5.5 percent year-over-year sales increase. Based on US Census retail sales data through September and BRG analysis, we expect the final sales increase to fall in the lower end of this range.
- Energy Voice, October 23, 2018
Neil Cornelius writes about a recent deal for gas and hydro generation in the UK, renewable generation, and electricity systems and merchant electricity markets around Europe.
- BRG Corporate Finance research, September 2018
The September edition reviews topics including employment, housing, and retail sales.
- Human Resource Executive, October 16, 2018
Joe Bohling and Arun Bajaj write about dynamic capabilities and global demands, leadership responsibilities, and the marketplace headwinds of deep uncertainty and complexity.
- Legaltech News, October 12, 2018
David Kalat writes about how screenwriters influenced and guided top policymakers in the development of modern American cybersecurity.
- Utility Week, October 5, 2018
Neil Cornelius writes about the capacity mechanism, security of electricity supply in the GB market, and a wider review of government contracting.
- BRG Retail, October 4, 2018
The winners for this holiday season will be not just those that have strong strategic and operational plans in place for the holidays, but also those that are nimble and make real-time adjustments to address competitive dynamics and unexpected challenges that arise as retailers race to satisfy consumer demands.
- The Hill, October 3, 2018
David Teece writes about the conflict between static competitive analysis deployed by antitrust regulators and dynamic issues raised by intellectual property, as well as the incentive to innovate and promote the US innovation economy.
- Thomson Reuters, September 2018
- Retail Operations Insights, September 24, 2018
- Retail Operations Insights, September 21, 2018
- The Elephant in the Chatroom: A Quick-Take Reaction to Ofcom's Report on the Regulation of Social Media ContentLinkedIn Pulse, September 20, 2018
Scott Morrison writes about Ofcom's blueprint for regulating online platforms and the UK government's intention to protect consumers from inappropriate content.