Ideas Worth Teaching
~ October 5, 2017  ~
-- Case Study --
FINANCE
The University of Chicago: Luigi Zingales, Magdalena Winter Domínguez

What does it take for an innovative idea to challenge entrenched interests in a powerful industry?
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BUSINESS & GOVERNMENT
The New Yorker: Evan Osnos

From the archives: When it comes to firearms, what's the right way to balance public safety, rights, and industry?
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CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
The Atlantic: Alexis C. Madrigal

Is it time for corporate gatekeepers to accept their role in filtering public information?
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LEADERSHIP
Psychology Today: Jason Jay, Gabriel Grant

What's the best way to cross boundaries and make effective change? A new book and related curriculum resources point the way.
Is capitalism "in danger of losing its operating license"?
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GRAND CHALLENGES
Chicago Booth Review

What will it take to rebuild opportunity? Sixteen top academics weigh in.
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