~ December 3, 2020 ~
The Aspen Institute Business & Society Program: Nicholas McGuigan, Alessandro Ghio

Accounting, like other disciplines, both reflects and influences the broader society. How can the field move beyond traditional dogma to give students the tools necessary to build a more just and sustainable future? Monash University's Nicholas McGuigan and Alessandro Ghio discuss their award-winning course, Global Issues in Accounting.
Undark: Teresa Carr

"It's largely not a computer problem, it's an economic problem": What does Team Grinch teach us about human nature and the market for scarcity?
Los Angeles Times: Laurence Darmiento

We are all more than our labels. Can that lead to common ground on the issues that matter most?
Harvard Business Review: Norris I. Bruce, Keisha M. Cutright, Renée Richardson Gosline, Jacquelyn S. Thomas, Tiffany Barnett White

How can academia better prepare the future workforce to deliver on diversity, equity, and inclusion? (also see New Survey of Deans Documents Changes Coming to Business Schools)
Behavioral Scientist: Crawford Hollingworth, Liz Barker

From gyms to retailers, software and more: When does permissible persuasion cross the line into wrongful manipulation?
Project Syndicate: Mariana Mazzucato, Henry Lishi Li, Els Torreele

Both society and Big Pharma have changed significantly since Salk refused to patent the polio vaccine. Is a "people's vaccine" still a realistic goal?
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