~ February 25, 2021 ~
Harvard Business School: Mihir Desai, Suzanne Antoniou, Leanne Fan

What do leaders need to know about racial justice issues, addressing past harms, and the role that current policies can play in building a better future? (this open-access case is also available as a free PDF, with a free teaching note for registered instructors; also see Why We Must Confront the Painful Parts of US History)
ProPublica: Jeremy Schwartz, Kiah Collier, Vianna Davila

"You need a strong voice there to call B.S. when companies aren't following through": What lessons does the Texas experience have for incentives, risk management, politics and the market, and who should have a say in what comes next? (also see Texas Froze by Design)
Regulators won this battle. What about the war?
The.Ink: Anand Giridharadas, Djaffar Shalchi

"Wealth is like manure: spread it, and it makes everything grow; pile it up, and it stinks." Rather than asking what the rich might lose by addressing inequality, what would they gain? (also see Amazon Union Vote Is a Big Deal for the U.S. Labor Movement)
Aeon Essays: Irene McMullin

"In most cases, there is no simple answer about what to do." What's "right," for whom, and how do we navigate complex moral landscapes?
Poets&Quants: Marc Ethier

A year in, how are the top business schools addressing the pandemic's evolving challenges?
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