~ March 2, 2017  ~
Helping business school faculty explore the relationships between corporations, capital markets, and the public good.

New! Nominations are now open for our " Ideas Worth Teaching" course awards. We are seeking nominations for undergraduate and graduate courses that challenge conventional approaches to business and capitalism- and put forward a new narrative for how business can create better jobs and an equitable and more sustainable world. In 10 minutes or less, you can nominate a colleague (or yourself!) at:

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Thunderbird School of Global Management: William E. Youngdahl

How can lessons learned in for-profit supply chains be applied to social challenges like public health?
The Atlantic: William D. Cohan

How Wall Street changed from a partnership culture to a bonus culture and upended incentives along the way. Is it too late to change it back?
How can manufacturing towns like Erie, PA navigate the "deep, structural tides of the economy"?
Does it matter what we call it?
How should political engagement be incorporated into the theory of the firm?
Harvard Business Review: Kate Isaacs, David Langstaff, Russell Eisenstat

Want to build a firm that delivers superior returns, contributes to society and inspires public trust? Here's how to get started.
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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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