~ January 13, 2020  ~
Yunus Social Business

How can social intrapreneurs face up to challenges, establish best practices, and make a difference (all while keeping their day jobs)? This report presents key lessons, data and case studies from around the globe.
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Project Syndicate: Katharina Pistor

Limited liability laws distort markets and promote risky behaviors. How would piercing the "corporate veil" protecting shareholders from liability change corporate behavior and incentives?
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Quartz at Work: Alison Taylor

Are trust and a clear moral narrative key to navigating the new risk environment?
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Planet Money: Cardiff Garcia, Stacey Vanek Smith, Gbenga Ajilore

The black to white unemployment rate has been two to one since the 1970s. Why, and what will narrow the gap? (transcript available; also see Why the 'Business Case' for Diversity Isn't Working)
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Fast Company: Adele Peters

Talent is scarce but for some, so is opportunity. Is this company's push to reduce hiring barriers an answer to both problems?
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Grub Street: Hannah Howard

"They just spent money like drunken sailors": What does the example of this grocery chain say about the role of self-interested leadership in undermining companies?
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