~ December 10, 2020 ~
Spotlight
GRAND CHALLENGES
TIME: Robert D. Putnam, Shaylyn Romney Garrett

We've been here before: How can we move beyond this new Gilded Age to a more inclusive society? (also see Samfundssind: The Danish Concept to Get Us through the Pandemic, How to Fix America, What Makes a Good Life?, and The 18 Best Things About the Worst Year Ever)
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What is the role of business in a democracy?
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CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance: Douglas Chia, Lex Suvanto

How should boards navigate stakeholder and shareholder expectations, now that it is no longer safe to play it safe? (also see Could a Change to Corporate Boards Reduce Economic Inequality?)
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SUSTAINABILITY
The Guardian: Oliver Balch

Taking a broader perspective on innovation: What if "zero emissions" doesn't always mean zero harm? (also see Why Did Renewables Become so Cheap so Fast?)
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GRAND CHALLENGES
World Economic Forum: Robert E. Moritz

Reporting standards may sound mundane, but what if by "getting better information flowing, we can recouple economic and social progress, restore trust in market economies, and build a better tomorrow"?
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ECONOMICS
The Hustle: Zachary Crockett

"In America, Christmas trees are a multibillion-dollar business. But who's making the money?"
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