~ February 16, 2017  ~
Helping business school faculty explore the relationships between corporations, capital markets, and the public good.
Case Study_
Richard Ivey School of Business: Kent Walker, Curtis Labutte

A financial manager struggles to reduce inequality for his employees.
The Washington Post: Peter Cappelli

Is investing in employees and better management practices key to competitive advantage and better jobs?
AL.com: John Sharp

How can businesses navigate the complex and sometimes "devastating" economic impacts of social policies?
Information asymmetry, the fiduciary principle, conflicts of interest and more: how to address the problem of trust in the principle-agent relationship?
An engineer braves an entrenched market to address the epidemic of preventable hospital deaths. How can businesses adopt similar strategies to address problems from inside corporations?
Philanthropy isn't the only path to positive social impact. How can business schools play a critical role in preparing students to live their values?
Have an idea worth teaching?
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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