How the car industry trumped banking for sociopathic corporate behaviour


Karel Williams, Professor of Accounting and Political Economy writes for The Guardian 

Since the financial crisis of 2008, we have had multiple scandals about banks and bankers behaving badly – from the misselling of payment protection insurance and interest-rate hedges, to the rigging of Libor and foreign exchange rates, and corporate collusion in money laundering. The banking industry has been singled out for its unhealthy internal culture. But Alliance MBS’ Professor Karel Williams says the car emissions scandal shows that sociopathic corporate behaviour is widespread, and its effects are even worse elsewhere.

Read Karel’s full article on The Guardian >>


About Author

Alliance Manchester Business School has a global reputation for innovative and influential teaching and research, which impacts business on a local, national and international level. We call this Original Thinking Applied.

Comments are closed.