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Spotlight On Teaching
The Aspen Institute Business & Society Program: David Bach

What does it take to teach a global class on the social and economic impacts of rising populism? In this cutting-edge online course, Yale's David Bach brings together students and leaders from around the world while developing new ways to explore this growing trend.
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strategy+business: Elizabeth Doty

How do external conditions influence ethical behaviors, and what can be done to make it easier to "walk the walk"?
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What do financial and other metrics say about who has gained from growth? How can we better spread the benefits?
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Sierra Club: Emma Pernod

How did this state transcend politics to move beyond its historical reliance on coal?
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The Guardian: Julia Carrie Wong

The tech boom has had a raft of unintended consequences for workers, cities and society. Now what?
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Forbes: Marvin Krislov

"Graduate students have different needs today": How do we keep business education relevant by teaching the skills that continue to matter?
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