~ March 26, 2020  ~
We've assembled a collection of resources to help educators tackle the challenges of teaching in this new era. For more information on the "what, how, and where to next?" of business education post-pandemic, check out The Coronavirus and Business Education: Resources for Teaching.
JSTOR Daily: Catherine Halley

What do students need to know about past pandemics, our economic and social context, and the actions we can take as we head into the future?
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Planet Money: Jacob Goldstein

"We were penny-wise and pound-foolish." What lessons from the 2008 bailout can be applied today, and what mistakes should we avoid? (also see This Time Do Everything)
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Business and government are scrambling to adapt to this crisis, but we must also look beyond the short term. How should we shape what comes next? (also see What a Coronavirus Recovery Could Look Like)
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The "people working in Amazon warehouses and grocery stores and pharmacies right now are heroes." They're keeping people and companies going; what do we owe them? (also see Jeff Bezos Just Posted an Open Letter to Amazon Employees About the Coronavirus. Every Smart Business Leader Needs to Read It)
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The New York Times: Farhad Manjoo

What does the current shortage of personal protective equipment say about complex, just-in-time supply chains, and what should managers consider once we get through this?
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TheHill: Anne Mosle

"The time to address these structural inequities is now": Looking ahead, what lessons from this crisis will help us build a more successful economy? (also see Workers Left out of Government and Business Response to the Coronavirus)
CNN: Ryan Prior

For teachers and students: Feeling isolated and at the mercy of world-altering events? Rewire your brain with Yale's massively popular course on happiness, now available to audit free.
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