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MEL Program Faculty continued

Edwin M. Hartman Peter Schoenfeld Visiting Faculty Fellow & Visiting Professor of Business Ethics

Co-Director Paduano Faculty Research Symposium in Business Ethics

Richard M. Hendler, J.D.

Associate Clinical Professor of Business Law

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    Practicing Attorney

Marc Hodak Adjunct Professor of Business Ethics.

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    Managing Director: Hodak Value


Barbara Holt Adjunct Professor of Business Ethics.

Jeffrey M. Kaplan, J.D. Adjunct Professor of Business Ethics.

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    Member: Stier, Anderson & Malone,


Rachel Kowal, J.D.

Associate Clinical Professor of Business Law

Associate Director, Markets, Ethics & Law Program

Robert Boyden Lamb

Clinical Professor of Management and Finance

Les B. Levi Adjunct Professor of Business Ethics

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    Managing Director: Advent Capital


Simon M. Lorne, J.D. Adjunct Professor of Business Ethics

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    Vice Chairman & Chief Legal Counsel Officer: Millennium Partners LP

Corporate Branding and Corporate Social Responsibility an MBA elective which posits that the long-term strategic management of corporations mandates some affirmative policy on social responsibility. One-eighth of all invested dollars are now socially screened, and three-quarters of North American and European consumers form their opinions of companies with consideration given to social responsibility factors. As such, many corporations now are making serious efforts to recognize their social responsibilities to stakeholders as well as their fiduciary responsibilities to shareholders.

This course explores the practice of social responsibility as a strategic variable for corporations in relations with consumers, local communities, activist organizations, and political entities. Students in the course study effective models of corporate social responsibility through the analysis of readings and cases, supplemented by visitors from corporations representing best practices.

Corporate Governance – an MBA elective that examines the key concepts, structures, and dynamics of modern corporate governance. The course explores three questions: 1) how is the control of publicly traded corporations exercised, 2) how are managers in control kept accountable, and 3) will recent regulatory changes improve corporate governance or simply add an unnecessary layer of bureaucracy?

The course aims to give students the tools needed to recognize an effective corporate governance system and create and manage corporate governance within the context of a multi- layered legal system and dynamic product, labor, and financial markets.

This course is designed to help students gain a better understanding of business ethics and builds on the ideas of Professional Responsibility to allow students to act more insightfully when facing ethical dilemmas in their careers.

Managerial Ethics: Learning from Literature & Film an MBA elective that reviews seminal works of literature and film to explore the social and moral context of business and the businessperson. Students consider selected novels, short stories, and films in an effort to relate ethical issues portrayed in current headline news to the literary and film tradition of business.

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