Our panel explores the fallout from a recent Supreme Court decision limiting government regulation on business, and Professor Andy Hoffman explains his thoughts on the idea of viewing a business career as a calling.
In this episode, professors from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan tackle the question, “In the war on business regulation, who are the casualties?” They discuss the effects of a recent Supreme Court decision limiting the EPA’s ability to regulate emissions, including what it means for the fight against climate change, as well as for regulations on the financial industry. Then, Professor Andy Hoffman explains his thoughts on the idea of approaching a business career as a higher calling.
Contents of this episode:
Supreme Court discussion: 01:00-35:45
Management as a calling interview: 35:50-52:02
More information about some of the topics discussed on today’s episode:
The New York Times: EPA Ruling is Milestone in Long Push to Deregulate Business
Jeremy Kress: The Latest Danger from Deregulation: Community Banks
Tom Lyon: How a Sustainability Index Can Keep Exxon But Drop Tesla
Andy Hoffman book: Management as a Calling
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