Ideas Worth Teaching
~ February 28, 2019  ~
The Aspen Institute Business & Society Program

In celebration of the IWT Award season, we share a collection of past features of our 2017 IWT Award Winners! Know an innovative teacher who deserves the spotlight? Nominations are open here until April 12th!
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Boston Review: Suresh Naidu, Dani Rodrik, Gabriel Zucman

From inequality to healthcare to climate change, the world is facing a multitude of problems. How can economics be part of the solution?
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MIT Technology Review: Erika Beras

How does a lack of diversity undermine the effectiveness of new technologies?
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The Verge: Casey Newton

Facebook could be much, much worse. Is enough being done to support workers on the frontlines of the content moderation wars?
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What are the benefits, and pitfalls, of online business school programs?
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Directors & Boards: Eve Tahmincioglu

Given "widespread concern that our economic systems are not working for the many as well as they should" how can those with corporate power use it in a responsible manner? These high-profile leaders weigh in.
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