Ideas Worth Teaching
~ October 11, 2018  ~
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The Legatum Center for Development and Entrepreneurship at MIT: Iqbal Quadir, Richard Luecke

Two founders work to bring affordable pharmaceuticals and economic opportunity to Ghana. What will it take to overcome the challenges of building an innovative manufacturing process in a developing ecosystem?
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ImpactAlpha: Ann Graham

"You have to get students to look at the evidence, and leave opinion and ideology at the door." IWT Award-winner Sara Minard discusses how she embeds social and environmental values into business education.
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The Conversation: Andrew J. Hoffman, Ellen Hughes-Cromwick

Economic theory impacts policy: Can a more realistic approach to economics help us do better when it comes to navigating today's greatest challenges?
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The world needs more innovation, but when it comes to making the most of innovative ideas, can established companies solve the problem of disruption?
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Time: Jeffrey Kluger

"Climate action requires a lot of right-now sacrifice for a down-the-line payoff": How could we reframe that equation in order to better align short-term actions with long-term goals?
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Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation: Sarah Williamson

How can boards promote a long-term perspective (and transparency) despite short-term pressures?
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