~ April 30, 2020  ~
The Aspen Institute Business & Society Program, Fetzer Institute: Nancy McGaw, Eli Malinsky

The post-pandemic recovery will require positive action from all quarters, not least business. Companies will need purpose-driven changemakers with the courage and capacity to lead that change. How can business faculty play a critical role in meeting this need through research and teaching on corporate social intrapreneurship?
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As the pandemic tests both society and capitalism, how can business focus not on "doing the next thing right, but rather doing the next right thing"? (also see Will We Build a Better World out of the Coronavirus Recovery?)
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How has the pandemic changed business leaders' willingness to discuss both the moral foundations of business and a new future for capitalism? (also see This Is What Coronavirus Capitalism Looks Like)
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Frontline workers are critical to the pandemic response and so much more. How could workers and employers both benefit from rethinking the current labor-management relationship? (also see Poorly Paid Workers Deserve Better Than Going Back to "Normal")
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NBC News: Laura Strickler, Adiel Kaplan

Who should be shielded from liability, and when do industry protections promote negative behaviors?
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The Guardian: Samanth Subramanian

"In this pandemic, the mask reveals far more than it hides." What does the story of this usually innocuous product say about the pitfalls, and future, of the free market?
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