Ideas Worth Teaching
~ September 13, 2018  ~
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BUSINESS & GOVERNMENT
Yale School of Management: Rosalind Z. Wiggins, Andrew Metrick

Revisiting 2008 to ask: Have we learned enough to avoid the mistakes of the past? (available with free registration)
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What sources of groupthink might blind us to the next crisis?
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TEACHING INNOVATIONS
Nature: Maeve Cohen

Is economic pedagogy still dangerously stuck in the past?
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GRAND CHALLENGES
The Guardian: Yu Hua

"Money, or material interest, has become the main motivating force." What does China's recent economic and social evolution suggest about the future of the world's second largest economy?
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BUSINESS ETHICS
London Business School: Tim Gocher

How can leaders remain ethical in challenging environments?
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TEACHING INNOVATIONS
Stanford Social Innovation Review: Mary C. Gentile

How to help students ask: "What if I were going to act on my values? What would I say and do? How could I be most effective?"
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