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Editorial: Averting corporate crises
Colin Mayer issues a call for reform
Reforming business for the 21st century
How can we change the nature of the corporation?
Colin Mayer and Henry Richards outline five levers for government and business to bring about such a major shift
Make purpose operational
David Rodin discusses why the setting of a ‘purpose’ for a corporation is so important
Can corporations contribute directly to social goals?
Peter J. Buckley reveals the web of influences on business to ‘do good’
Lost in detail: setting priorities for corporations in challenging times
Daniela Weber-Rey looks at different approaches being pursued in Europe to restore trust in business
The case for ‘forward compliance’
John Armour encourages firms to anticipate future social harms
The future of the company tax
Mihir A. Desai and Dhammika Dharmapala explore creative ways to overcome the difficulty of collecting tax from corporations
Whose business is prosperity?
Henrietta L. Moore argues that business needs to deliver sustainable prosperity for people and planet
Gauging the impact of artificial intelligence on work
Genevra Richardson introduces some analysis undertaken by the British Academy and the Royal Society
Thinking intelligently about artificial intelligence
Margaret A. Boden talks to the British Academy Review about the political and philosophical problems posed by AI
AI, work and ‘outcome-thinking’
Richard Susskind argues that working practices must ultimately serve the needs of customers not workers
Jane Humphries and Benjamin Schneider recall a forgotten case of technological displacement
Thomas Aquinas, music composition, education … and (of course) Brexit
Fellows of the British Academy offer us some thoughts
Hew Strachan reflects on four years of commemorating the First World War
Exploring frontiers ancient and modern
Aurel Stein’s aerial survey of the Roman Empire’s frontier in Iraq and Jordan, 1938-1939
Karen Syrett draws on the British Academy’s archives to tell a pioneering tale
Revealing Rome’s hidden frontier in eastern Turkey
Timothy Bruce Mitford charts a journey of exploration that has lasted 55 years
Borders at the edge of Europe
Kapka Kassabova talks about the Cold War legacies playing out where Bulgaria, Greece and Turkey meet
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Publication date: 1 Nov 2018