Ideas Worth Teaching
~ October 12, 2017  ~
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BUSINESS & GOVERNMENT
Journal of Business Case Studies: Carlyn Crowe, C. Kenneth Meyer, Stephen E. Clapham

Can students balance real-world conflicts around public interests, citizen input and special interest pressures?
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Want to engage students around social, environmental and financial success? Here's how other schools are doing it.
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FUTURE OF CAPITALISM
The New York Times: David Bornstein

As capitalism increases inequality, should every business school "be offering both conventional M.B.A.s and social M.B.A.s."?
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How does incorporating psychological insight into economic theory help solve real-world problems?
INNOVATION
The Atlantic: Derek Thompson

Big problems require out-of-the-box thinking. What does Google's idea factory teach about tackling the world's major challenges?
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BUSINESS & GOVERNMENT
Bloomberg: Esmé E. Deprez, Paul Barrett

When it comes to opioids, what will it take to make drug companies part of the solution?
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