~ November 28, 2019  ~
The Aspen Institute Business & Society Program

Our new Business 20/20 podcast series explores the changing relationship between business and society from 1999 to today. Is the dynamic between business and society a source of uncertainty or an opportunity for a systemic re-think?
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Harvard Business School Digital Initiative: Rebecca Henderson

Is the key to solving sustainability to think of it as a different kind of problem?
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How does making social impact an integral component of corporate strategy relate to long-term success?
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What does the ratio of "good" to "bad" jobs say about the devaluation of labor, and how to fix it?
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The New York Times: Katy Lederer

"How can the state and private sector work together to create the dynamic economies we want?"
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FIND MBA: Seb Murray

What significance does the shifting demand for MBAs have in an economy where cross-cultural skills are "crucial for the success of multinational corporations"?
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