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GRAND CHALLENGES
Maastricht University School of Business and Economics: Marc Ha├čler

Can this German firm integrate refugees into the labor market while also creating financial returns for investors?
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The corporate focus on outsourcing and core competencies has hurt opportunities for many American workers. Can that slide be reversed?
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What does a healthier, more sustainable form of capitalism look like, and how do we get there?
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FUTURE OF WORK
Fast Company: Jeff Rothfeder

When it comes to improving manufacturing efficiency and quality, do robots come out on top? Sorry, Skynet.
FUTURE OF CAPITALISM
Bloomberg: Thomas Buckley, Matthew Campbell

"Do we choose to serve a few billionaires, or do we choose to serve the billions?" How can Unilever's long-term approach navigate a world of short-term investors?
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TEACHING INNOVATIONS
The University of Texas at Austin

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