Nota Bene Episode 12: My Two Cents: India’s Emergence, Corporate Reform, Import Injuries, Securities Regulations, and Platform Markets with host Michael P. A. Cohen
In this recap episode, Michael Cohen extracts the valuable lessons shared by our guests in the prior 5 episodes. He offers his two cents about the practical advice shared by our guests to help the C-Suite understand the legal, political, and economic underpinnings impacting the 21st intercontinental business landscape in which they operate.
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In Episode 7, we spoke with Fatema Merchant about India’s emergence in the global market. We explored the tech boom, the Millennial generation, and women’s roles in the economy and how these are transforming India’s economy.
In Episode 8, we spoke with Jonathan Aronie who shared eight lessons to lasting corporate reform. Serving as the Federal Monitor over the New Orleans Police Department, Jonathan gained insight on how corporations can establish reform that sticks.
In Episode 9, we talked with economist Susan Henley Manning. Susan discussed the U.S. International Trade Commission’s process of defining domestic import injuries and applying necessary remedies.
In Episode 10, we talked about testing the temperament of current financial securities regulations with Jeff Kern. Jeff emphasized the importance of line enforcers and their duty to regulate securities diligently regardless of the makeup of the political administration at the time.
In Episode 11, we spoke with Nady Nikonova about platform markets ranging from credit card networks to social platforms like Facebook and Amazon. As more and more platforms emerge, Nady points out the emergence of interest by economists in this space and the increase in regulatory focus and scrutiny.