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Roba Amiga: Social Entrepreneurship in Textile Waste Management
ESADE Business School: Daniel Arenas, Pablo Sánchez, Solange Hai
This organization is looking to grow, but can it balance competing social goals and market challenges?
FUTURE OF WORK
The Woman Aiming to Get 50 Million Americans Into the Worker-Owner Economy
YES! Magazine: Fran Korten
What would the democratization of asset ownership mean for the economy and society?
In the U.S. Market for Human Bodies, Anyone Can Sell the Donated Dead
Reuters: Brian Grow, John Shiffman
When grey areas turn ethically murky: who decides what's acceptable when "few rules mean few consequences"?
FUTURE OF WORK
Actresses--and Millions of Other Workers--Have No Federal Sexual-Harassment Protections
The Nation: Bryce Covert
Independent contractors are on the rise, but is society ready for the loss of labor protections?
A Rosetta Stone for Earthquakes
Harvard Magazine: Lydialyle Gibson
As we work to circumvent human limits, should we embrace neural networks even if we don't know how they do what they do?
How to Be a C.E.O., From a Decade's Worth of Them
The New York Times: Adam Bryant
Is what's good for executives good for the economy and society?
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