Ideas Worth Teaching
~ March 8, 2018  ~
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SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Xavier School of Management: Saurav Kumar Das, Sanjana Grover

How can this locally-focused social enterprise grow while retaining its emphasis on economic and social empowerment for women?
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GRAND CHALLENGES
Quartz: Melinda Gates

Individuals, families, and communities all benefit from gender equality. What are the best strategies to support women's economic empowerment?
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FUTURE OF WORK
The New York Times: Alan B. Krueger, Eric Posner

It's not just the tech industry. How can firms move beyond non-compete clauses and no-poaching agreements to re-balance their relationship with workers?
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Education is critical to building a better economy. Should teachers' clout rise accordingly?
TEACHING INNOVATIONS
PRiMEtime: Giselle Weybrecht

Is it time to set textbooks aside? How can business schools integrate more practical approaches to ethics training?
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BUSINESS & GOVERNMENT
The New York Review of Books: Adam Winkler

How did a 1936 effort to protect free speech lead to a dramatic shift in corporate rights and influence the economic and political landscape?
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