Corporate Finance: The Emerging Agenda

The role of corporate taxes in economic policy has come to the fore as a campaign issue in the 2016 presidential election. In her latest research paper, Rock Creek’s resident Senior Advisor Jessica Einhorn examines the arguments for and against corporate taxes and addresses how, after decades of an almost singular focus on the share price as a metric of success, the public company is being called upon to broaden its agenda to focus on longer-term trends and a broader group of stakeholders.


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