Ideas Worth Teaching
~ July 26, 2018  ~
-- Case Study --
Harvard University: Gaya Branderhors

How should this finance policymaker assess possible regulatory approaches to balancing climate change risks with stakeholder interests?
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Poets&Quants: Marc Ethier

This unassuming elective can have significant and lasting impact on business students. How does it work, and are its lessons portable?
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How can an innovative business model supporting low-wage workers also fill the needs of major corporations?
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The Verge: Sarah Jeong

What does the seamy underbelly of Kindle Unlimited tell us about the future of digital markets, incentives, and fraud prevention?
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The New York Times: Noah Gallagher Shannon

Patchwork regulations and dwindling resources pit large corporations against other stakeholders. Is there an equitable long-term solution to scarcity?
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Feasible goal or implausible dream? How could we develop a capitalist economy "geared toward maximizing human well-being and fulfillment"?
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