2014 Kellogg School of Management/Aspen Institute Business and Society Leadership Summit
Filling the Governance Gap: Aligning Enterprise and Advocacy
Feb. 27-28, 2014 | Evanston, IL
Thinking about the governance gap
When it comes to regulation, the tension among corporations, advocacy groups, and other NGOs offers no easy answers. But the Kellogg-Aspen Business in Society Leadership Summit created stimulating discussions with experts — and an engaged audience — who looked at the problem from all sides. This is what the Kellogg Public-Private Initiative is dedicated to: leading the discussion. We hope you will enjoy viewing content from the 2014 summit on this page, and join the conversation.
IBM Professor of Regulation and Competitive Practice
Director of the Ford Motor Company Center for Global Citizenship
Faculty Director, Kellogg Public-Private Initiative
Senior Director, Kellogg Public-Private Initiative
In the News
Experts at the Kellogg-Aspen conference share how to go from activist target to change agent
Recent trends in private politics and their implications for corporations, activists, and government
Kellogg School of Management's Brayden King shares his perspective
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Huffington Post: Business Leadership, Governance, and a Victory for Adam Smith
The bottom line? Business is recognized as the best game in town for systems change.
Insight: Corporate activism yesterday, today and tomorrow
An interview about how social movements continue to shape corporate behavior
Kellogg Insight Blog: Filling the governance gap
An executive summary of summit whitepapers
Thomson Reuters: EXECUTIVE PERSPECTIVE: A view from Europe on corporate accountability
Northwestern School of Law's Caroline Kaeb shares her perspective
BloombergBusinessweek: The new regulators of global commerce
Kellogg School of Management's Daniel Diermeier shares his perspective