Publications

Research from The Conference Board is objective and impactful. We provide an in-depth understanding of today's critical business issues, and explore solutions that improve the performance of organizations and their leaders.

Economy & Business Environment

  1. China Center Quick Note: Changes to the One-Child Policy – Anticipating the Impacts Cover China Center Quick Note: Changes to the One-Child Policy – Anticipating the Impacts

    September 2014 | China Center Publications

    In November 2013, China’s birth control policy was amended by the Communist Party's Central Committee. However, the potential effect of the new policy remains quite uncertain, and several different interpretations exist.

  2. From Not Enough Jobs to Not Enough Workers: CHRO Implications Cover From Not Enough Jobs to Not Enough Workers: CHRO Implications

    September 2014 | Key Business Issues

    CHROs will play a central role in dealing with the labor shortages caused by baby boomer retirements. This CHRO Implications outlines actions they can take to offset higher wages and minimize profit loss.

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Human Capital

  1. On the Record with Charles Allen Cover On the Record with Charles Allen

    September 2014 | Executive Action Report

    “Retaining people in the profession is definitely our biggest issue,” notes Charles Allen, CEO of accounting/consulting firm Crowe Horwath LLP. He tells us how his firm approaches this key human capital challenge.   

  2. See all in Human Capital Publications

Corporate Leadership

  1. Corporate Social Responsibility in India Cover Corporate Social Responsibility in India

    August 2014 | Director Notes

    Given India’s global influence, there is much potential for its vision of mandatory CSR, which anticipates CSR as a central component of corporate activity, to spread to the rest of the world.

  2. Proxy Voting Fact Sheet (July 2014) Cover Proxy Voting Fact Sheet (July 2014)

    July 2014 | Proxy Voting Fact Sheet

    An analysis of annual shareholder meetings at Russell 3000 companies shows shareholder proposals on the disclosure of corporate political contributions doubled since 2009, signaling continued concern about a lack of transparency.

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The Conference Board Review

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