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DATE PUBLICATION TITLE FACULTY
July 31, 2020 The Nonprofit Times The 2020 Power & Influence Top 50 Dean Karlan
July 28, 2020 The Washington Inc. The Goya boycott could impact the brand, just not in the way you think Brayden King
July 22, 2020 Chicago Tribune Laid-off workers brace for expiration of extra $600 in unemployment benefits Benjamin Harris
July 20, 2020 Kellogg Insight Black-Owned Businesses Often Struggle to Access Capital. Here’s How Financial Institutions Can Change That. William Towns
July 20, 2020 Kellogg Insight A Look Inside Chicago’s Economic Recovery Plan Benjamin Harris
July 16, 2020 Poets&Quants Kellogg Chronicles: Four Ways to Challenge Anti-Black Racism Using Design
July 07, 2020 Vox Brazil’s Jair Bolsonaro gets coronavirus after months of downplaying the pandemic Daniel Lansberg-Rodriguez
June 30, 2020 The Atlantic Pandemics Leave Us Forever Altered Craig Garthwaite
June 29, 2020 NPR Remdesivir Priced At More Than $3,100 For A Course Of Treatment Craig Garthwaite
June 26, 2020 Crain’s Chicago Business Illinois' dominant insurer isn't sharing COVID-related savings with customers Amanda Starc
June 23, 2020 USA Today Boycotting Facebook: Eddie Bauer, Ben & Jerry’s and other companies join campaign to halt ads Brayden King
June 22, 2020 Stanford Social Innovation Review Q&A Roundtable: The Future of Impact Megan Kashner
June 19, 2020 Project Syndicate Hard Data for Hard Choices Dean Karlan
June 18, 2020 CNN.com The Great Recession was especially bad for older workers. The pandemic could be even worse Benjamin Harris
June 17, 2020 Chicago Tribune Advocate in talks to merge with large Michigan hospital chain, may form $17 billion health system, official says Amanda Starc
June 16, 2020 Kellogg Insight As the Crisis Drags On, Here’s How Leaders Can Maintain Momentum Michael Rogers
June 14, 2020 South China Morning Post Plague and Spanish Flu shaped our world – will the coronavirus pandemic have as big an impact? Craig Garthwaite
June 07, 2020 BBC George Floyd: Why are companies speaking up this time? Brayden King
June 06, 2020 Chicago Tribune Chicago’s black-owned businesses face uphill battle to rebuild after George Floyd fallout Michele Rogers
June 03, 2020 Not Another Politics Podcast Do Politicians Vote With Their Donors When Voters Are Distracted? Jorg Spenkuch

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