~ May 28, 2020  ~
"History is unspooling in real time." The system is under pressure, a situation only worsened by the pandemic. As we address inequality and other issues, what version of capitalism do we build next?
Vox: Ezra Klein

"Why did we end up with an economy that treats our most essential workers as disposable? And what does an alternative future of work look like?"
Harvard Business Review: Zeynep Ton

A win-win for workers and companies alike? The pandemic offers a unique opportunity to fix bad jobs. (also see Pay Cuts Become a Tool for Some Companies to Avoid Layoffs)
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STAT: Sandeep Jauhar

And how can planning now avoid negative outcomes later?
On climate change, plastics, child labor and more, does the adage "if you want to go far, go together" also apply to business?
OZY: Jonathan Moules

Beyond refunds: How are business schools adapting to what could be the biggest change to the MBA since its establishment? (also see The Future of College Is Online, and It's Cheaper and Coronavirus Pandemic Accelerates Shift in MBA Market)
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