Mark Calabria, of the Cato Institute, believes that corporations can increase their overall value in a sustainable but profitable manner.

In this interview with Video4Good at COMMIT!Forum 2012, Calabria shares his thoughts on the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and why it is necessary to re-evaluate the Act from time to time.  Calabria points out that companies that were once looked upon as models of good corporate governance did not survive the financial crisis with their good reputations intact.