Faculty News | Harvard Magazine | 22 Feb 2011
A Revolution in Corporate Reporting
Re: Robert G. Eccles
"Companies—which in some cases have revenues that rival the gross domestic product of small nations—are starting to think more about how they use financial, natural, and human resources, and to take account of the positive and negative externalities their decisions create," explains Robert Eccles, a professor of management practice at Harvard Business School.

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