~ May 14, 2020  ~
Spotlight on Teaching
The Aspen Institute Business & Society Program: Bo Cowgill

The coronavirus pandemic has reshaped business and we're now facing a much different future. What role will people analytics play in the coming transformation, and what are the real-world implications of these changes? In this latest installment from our Ideas Worth Teaching Award winners, Columbia University's Bo Cowgill discusses this and more.
University of Michigan News: Jerry Davis

"What can we offer as a vision for the future at the other end of this that would make people say that was horrible but now we're better off?"
Rolling Stone: Ryan Bort

Is this crisis an opportunity to rethink not only the industry's business model, but also its purpose?
Phys.org: Jason Maderer

Will the respect society has gained for essential workers translate into a new economic narrative for society? (also see Say Goodbye To 'Hero Pay' Kroger Tells Workers)
A Wealth of Common Sense: Robert Shiller, Burton Malkiel, Ben Carlson

How does an event like Covid-19 shape our understanding of efficiency and behavior in economics?
Issues in Science and Technology: Jennifer Kuzma, Khara D. Grieger, Christopher L. Cummings, Zachary S. Brown

This crisis is a quagmire of wicked problems. How can the social, economic, and political sciences help tackle challenges the biomedical response doesn't address?
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