Articles & Blogs, Category = Online resource tips

Category: Online resource tips

How & How Not To Do Economics – New Online Course

“What is economics for? What is it about? How should it be done? How can it be of use to us? How is it connected to morals and politics? These are the core questions economic historian Lord Robert Skidelsky will answer in this new lecture series for INET [published September 2019]. Expanding an understanding of economics beyond mathematical models, Skidelsky covers topics essential to using economics to better understand the world, such as economics and history, the role of psychology and sociology in economics, and the role of methodology.”

More courses on politics, philosophy and economics

Safeguarding Technology’s Beneficial Aspects While Preventing Its Covert Use By Surveillance Capitalists

“Shoshana Zuboff coined the term “surveillance capitalism” to describe the new way companies claim private human experience as products. [In this podcast] Shoshana joins Azeem Azhar to discuss the emergence of surveillance capitalism, its pernicious and beneficial aspects, and the future for human autonomy and agency.”

View Zuboff’s book on the Moral Market bookshelf

ALTERNATIVE BUSINESS MODELS – Five Online Courses

Part 5 of 8 in series "Online courses per topic"

What courses to take if you would like to sharpen your thoughts on morality and markets? In the fifth post in this series some massive open online courses (MOOCs) on alternative business models, including cooperative firms and social entrepreneurship. [post updated with new course in December 2019]

PHILOSOPHY, POLITICS and ECONOMICS – Six Foundational Online Courses

Part 1 of 8 in series "Online courses per topic"

What courses to take if you would like to sharpen your thoughts on morality and markets? In the first post in this new series we have collected some online courses in philosophy, politics and economics (PPE) that give you a good interdisciplinary basis. [post updated with new course in January 2020]

Under Pressure: Wells Fargo, Misconduct, Leadership and Culture

“Ethical Systems has just published a new electronic resource: […] Under Pressure takes a candid look at the factors contributing to the scandal that wound up costing the bank hundreds of millions in fines, a shakeup in leadership, and on-going bad press that deeply tarnished their reputation and standing. By viewing actions through an ethical culture and leadership model, the case study examines the formal and informal systems that likely motivated the scandal, and includes perspectives on how an ethical culture could identify, or mitigate, some early warning signals.”

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