Ideas Worth Teaching
~ December 6, 2018  ~
Spotlight On Teaching
The Aspen Institute Business & Society Program: Robert Sroufe

"We are all in sustainability roles" now. In this timely teaching spotlight, Duquesne's Robert Sroufe highlights ways for business schools to address the need for critical thinking and skills around sustainability.
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Bloomberg: Editorial Board

"Fighting back can be useless." Is it time for truth-in-lending laws to protect small businesses from predatory lenders?
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GlobalFocus: Prabhu Guptara

Are business schools preparing students for the moral as well as technical challenges of the future?
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When it comes to values, culture, and direction, companies don't need to be a B Corp to act like one, but does it help?
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BizEd Magazine: Erik Foley

What skills do students need to solve the world's sustainability challenges? Lessons from an MBA case competition.
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The Conversation: Joanne Burgess, Edward Barbier

When it comes to preserving of biodiversity, what would it take to move companies from short-term behaviors based on perverse incentives to a "New Deal for nature"?
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