Ideas Worth Teaching
~ February 8, 2018  ~
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SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP
The Legatum Center for Development and Entrepreneurship at MIT: Iqbal Quadir, Richard Luecke

Why did these socially-minded founders opt to build a for-profit enterprise, and can they maintain their mission in the face of rapid growth?
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FUTURE OF WORK
The Atlantic: Lolade Fadulu

When it comes to AI and other new technology, who should be responsible for retraining workers?
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CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Mashable: Kerry Flynn

If tech addiction is the problem, is a different business model the only solution? What would it look like?
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FUTURE OF CAPITALISM
Pacific Standard: Kevin Charles Fleming

When it comes to addressing inequality, are economists solving for the wrong variable?
BUSINESS & GOVERNMENT
The Week

What should society be asked to sacrifice in the name of economic and social order?
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"The work was on a completely new scale of awfulness." At what point should a company draw the line?
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