Ideas Worth Teaching
~ February 7, 2019  ~
Spotlight On Teaching
TEACHING INNOVATIONS
The Aspen Institute Business & Society Program: Jaime Luque

How can urban economics be applied at the ground level? The University of Wisconsin-Madison's Jaime Luque challenges students to tackle issues like walkability, homelessness, affordable housing and more.
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GRAND CHALLENGES
YES! Magazine: Chuck Collins

If "wealth is where the past shows up in the present," how can public policies shape a more equitable system? And how could that help us all?
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LONG-TERMISM
Fast Company: Rick Wartzman

Reorienting corporate behavior toward the long term doesn't happen overnight. How can major investment firms push for positive change?
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GRAND CHALLENGES
Chicago Booth Review: Michael Maiello, Natasha Gural

Markets alone haven't been enough. What's the best way to put a price on carbon?
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BUSINESS ETHICS
The Conversation: Andrew Khoury

Accountability is important. So is change. Can philosophy help balance the two?
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TEACHING INNOVATIONS
London Business School: Charles Handy

"The real challenge here is the one facing the teachers." What will it take to "lead a seismic change in educational design"?
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