Ideas Worth Teaching
~ June 21, 2018  ~
-- Case Study --
Can this innovative clean energy bank build a more stable and sustainable model? How would alternative funding structures impact the bank's mission?
-- 1 --
GRAND CHALLENGES
Evonomics: Anthony Patt

How can moving beyond neo-classical economics help solve climate change and other big challenges?
-- 2 --
Eliminating quarterly guidance isn't enough. If we redesigned capitalism for the long-term, what would it look like?
-- 3 --
SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Ashoka: Brittany Koteles, Tommy Tobin

Want to help students make change? This comprehensive kit introduces the ins and outs of social entrepreneurship.
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Forbes: Georg Kell

What motivates companies to act responsibly, and how can "corporate statesmanship" help shape the world ahead?
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BUSINESS & GOVERNMENT
CityLab: Andrew Zaleski

Innovative partnership, PR stunt, or sign of societal breakdown? Why is this pizza chain fixing roads?
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