Teaching

Contemporary Developing Countries: Entrepreneurial Solutions to Intractable Problems (Head Teaching Fellow, Harvard Business School)

Semester: 

Fall

Offered: 

2021

What problems do developing countries face, and how can individuals contribute to solutions rather than await the largesse of the state or other actors? Intractable problems – such as lack of access to education and healthcare, forced reliance on contaminated food, deep-seated corruption – are part of the quotidian existence of the vast majority of five of the world’s seven billion people. Developing societies suffer from what we refer to as ‘institutional voids’ that make organized activities of all sorts difficult; think of the mundane but...

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