Ideas Worth Teaching: Finance for a Sustainable World
A conversation with Swasti Gupta-Mukherjee, PhD, associate professor at the Quinlan School of Business, about her award-winning course, “Finance for a Sustainable World.”
“Finance for a Sustainable World” was one of eight courses in the world to win the prestigious 2021 Ideas Worth Teaching Award from the Aspen Institute and is part of the core curriculum for the Baumhart Scholars MBA. The course reimagines finance as a discipline and emphasizes the importance of environmental, social, and governance factors. Learn more about Swasti's inspirations for the course.
|Swasti Gupta-Mukherjee, PhD
Quinlan School of Business
|Jaime Bettcher (opening remarks)
The Aspen Institute Business & Society Program
|Charity Driggs (moderator)
Sustainability Product Manager & Reporting Program Manager
Baumhart Scholar '21
Ideas Worth Teaching is an initiative developed by the Business & Society Program within the Aspen Institute. It draws attention to important new ideas about the role of business in creating a sustainable, inclusive society. Through an annual awards program for visionary teaching within business schools, the initiative provides tools, resources, and inspiration for faculty who are developing the next generation of business leaders.
Learn more at: IdeasWorthTeachingAwards.com