Ideas Worth Teaching
~ January 25, 2018  ~
-- Case Study --
SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Copenhagen Business School: Kai Hockerts, Kaja Jorem, Kristina Walker Pedersen

From idea to reality: Do these students have what it takes to build a successful social enterprise?
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FUTURE OF CAPITALISM
World Economic Forum: Theresa Whitmarsh, Indra Nooyi, Mark Weinberger, Joseph E. Stiglitz, Carlos Ghosn, Henry Blodget

What would "better capitalism" look like and how can companies deliver?
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Can hands-on learning help students bridge the gap between knowledge and understanding?
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FUTURE OF WORK
NPR: Yuki Noguchi

Who is helped and who is hurt by the shift to contract work, and what are the wider implications for society?
TEACHING INNOVATIONS
MIT News: Larry Hardesty

An interactive game with a twist: Can students navigate sexism and sexual harassment in the workplace?
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BUSINESS & GOVERNMENT
Chicago Booth Review: Luigi Zingales, Tyler Cowen

Consumers may be happy to trade data for services, but what are the broader impacts of that bargain?
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