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What Boards Should Know About Willful Blindness- Hank Shea

The notion of willful blindness reflects an increasing desire on the part of prosecutors, regulators, and others to hold corporate directors accountable not just for outright wrongdoing but also for neglecting to do something about problems for which they should have been responsible. Hank Shea, distinguished fellow at the University of St. Thomas School of Law and visiting professor at University of Arizona School of Law, talks with Markkula Ethics Center Executive Director Kirk O. Hanson about spreading the locus of accountability beyond the individual wrongdoer to those who were responsible for supervising that person.
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