A group of experts comprised of faculty from business and law schools, as well as other leaders in business, law and the nonprofit sectors, convened at NYU Stern for a two-day roundtable discussion on “Corporate Political Accountability: Corporate Political Spending and Risk in the Age of Trump.” The event focused on the issues raised in the Center for Political Accountability's report "Collision Course: The Risks Companies Face When Their Political Spending & Core Values Conflict & How to Address Them."
Bruce Freed, President of the Center for Political Accountability, delivers opening remarks
Lucian Bebchuk, Bruce Freed, Robert Bauer, Jacob Hacker, NYU Stern Professor Maria Patterson
Robert Yablon, Sarah Haan, Karl Sandstrom, James Nelson, William Laufer
The 2019 roundtable was organized by NYU’s Stern School of Business and School of Law, Baruch College’s Zicklin School of Business, the Zicklin Center for Business Ethics Research at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and the Center for Corporate Political Accountability.