~ July 23, 2020  ~
Chicago Booth Review: Kilian Huber

Exclusion hurts more than just its targets: From individuals to companies to the larger economy, what does discrimination cost, and who pays? (also see What CEOs Can Do to Advance Racial Justice)
Issues in Science and Technology: Bhaven Sampat

When it comes to government-funded pharmaceutical research, should the public have to pay twice? (also see Big Pharma Wants to Pocket the Profits From a COVID Treatment You Already Paid For)
Boston Review: Yuliya Komska, Alberto Bruzos Moro, Roberto Rey Agudo

How can we build the economy of the future without perpetuating the inequities of the past?
Responsible Investor: Michael O'Leary, Warren Valdmanis

What if aiming at your destination isn't always the fastest way to get there?
BusinessBecause: Sean Ferguson

From earnings to impact: How can business schools position students for success across multiple dimensions?
Bloomberg: Sonali Basak

MBAs come to grips with the pandemic: "We were all so cocky. We could do anything we wanted. Would I take the plunge again now?" (also see Fall 2020 Reopening Plans At The Top 100 U.S. Business Schools)
"Do not get lost in a sea of despair. Be hopeful, be optimistic. Our struggle is not the struggle of a day, a week, a month, or a year, it is the struggle of a lifetime. Never, ever be afraid to make some noise and get in good trouble, necessary trouble."
- U.S. Rep. John Lewis
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