~ March 21, 2019  ~
Institute for New Economic Thinking

Can climate change be stopped without undermining growth? And is that the right question?
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Poets & Quants: John A. Byrne

How can organizations reduce the "wiggle room" available to potential cheaters?
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Cui bono: While "femtech" might be new, does it perpetuate old ideas and systems of control?
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Business and government have different priorities. What role should each group play when it comes to assessing product safety?
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Bloomberg: Jason Scott, Tracy Withers

"They are the publisher, not just the postman." How should companies be required to balance profit and responsibility? (see also What Happens if the Law Starts Treating Facebook and Twitter Like Traditional Publishers?)
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Will fighting climate change also require us to update our political and economic systems? How would that work, exactly?

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