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~ May 11, 2017  ~
Helping business school faculty explore the relationships between corporations, capital markets, and the public good.
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What structural, shareholder or other shifts will be required to bring long-term investing exchanges to scale?
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Bloomberg Quint: Joe Nocera

"It seemed like such a good idea at the time." How to fix the short-term value problem in a way that realigns misdirected incentives?
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Fast Company: Elizabeth Segran

"It's a challenge, in the best possible way." Can an innovative new generation of producers help revive American manufacturing?
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The Guardian: Andrew Anthony

Why don't more say, "Hang on, what if the whole thing explodes?" How can ethics education address the rogues in the room?
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The Atlantic: Jessica Nordell

Unpacking perception, culture and habit: what does it take to unravel unconscious bias?
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Chicago Booth Review: John Paul Rollert

Commercial conduct has shifted radically since the birth of capitalism. How might attitudes change in another 250 years?
Andrew Hoffman

Andy Hoffman is a former Faculty Pioneer Award recipient, and currently serves as the Holcim (US) Professor of Sustainable Enterprise at the University of Michigan; a position that holds an appointment in the Management & Organizations department at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business and the School of Natural Resources & Environment. Andy also serves as Education Director of the Graham Sustainability Institute

Ideas Worth Teaching  is a tightly curated, weekly email for business school faculty to prompt new conversations in the classroom about the relationships between corporations, capital markets, and the public good. Its intent is to provide "drag and drop" functionality - allowing faculty to easily use the articles, cases and other teaching materials that we will be sharing in their class discussions.


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