Ideas Worth Teaching
~ January 18, 2018  ~
-- Case Study --
SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP
University of Massachusetts: Nardia Haigh, Anya Weber, Jennie Msall

Can this start-up scale into a sustainable business while still serving low-access communities?
-- 1 --
FUTURE OF CAPITALISM
Quartz: Judith Samuelson

Where corporate and social interests meet: how can CEOs and boards reconnect "value" to "values"?
-- 2 --
TEACHING INNOVATIONS
The New York Times: David Gelles, Claire Cain Miller

It's not just numbers anymore. How are educators bringing current ethics and social issues into business schools?
-- 3 --
BUSINESS & GOVERNMENT
Aeon: Paul Sagar

Is it time to rethink Smith's views on commercial freedom and political control?
GRAND CHALLENGES
The Guardian: Bernie Sanders

Can global wealth be increased fairly?
-- 5 --
TEACHING INNOVATIONS
PRiMEtime: Giselle Weybrecht

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