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  • Global Consumer Confidence: Despite Rising Anxieties, Consumers Remain Steadfast (Q3 2019)

    The discrepancy between how CEOs view economic prospects (gradually worse) and how consumers continue to feel economically (positive overall) has never been bigger. Which markets have gained and lost confidence the most since the previous quarter? What consumer concern has grown the most? What can we expect for the road ahead? Find out in this conversation featuring The Conference Board’s Chief Economist, Bart van Ark, and Denise Dahlhoff, Senior Researcher focused on consumer topics.

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  • Higher Expectations: How Organizations Engage with Social Change Issues

    Social change issues should matter to organizations because they matter to their employees and customers, both of whom affect overall profitability. Join Robin Erickson, PhD, and Amanda Popiela as they discuss their latest research report focused on how organizations approach social change and the choices they have when they decide to do so. They will also share the findings of an online survey with over 500 respondents and interviews with 10 executives at global organizations.

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  • Smart Regulation: Financial Services

    Hollis Hart is President (Retired), International Franchise Management of Citi and co-author of the book Smart Regulation: Changing Speed Bumps into Guardrails. The book explains how sound bipartisan policy can yield both faster economic growth and greater security for consumers. In this episode, CED host Joseph Minarik, also a co-author of the book, talked with Hart about the role of regulation in the financial industry, and how smart regulation can produce economic benefits from Main Street to

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