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Executive MSc in Social Business and Entrepreneurship Course Video
The Executive MSc Social Business and Entrepreneurship is a ground-breaking programme for business leaders and entrepreneurs across the private, public and non-profit sectors.
Professor Nava Ashraf on Altrusitic Capital
Professor Nava Ashraf looks at how organisations and employees can make work more satisfying through the development of altruisitc behaviour.
EMSBE 2022/3 Students Sum Up Their Course Experience
Some of our 2022/3 cohort discuss their experiences on the course.
EMSBE 2021/22 Students Sum Up Their Course Experience
We challenged some of our 2021/22 cohort to sum up their experience of the course in three words.
EMSBE 2021/22 Students On Problems They Hope to Address Through Their Studies
We asked some of our 2021/22 cohort to share the biggest problem they hope to solve through their studies.
Amma (2019), who founded the charity Beyond the Classroom, discusses her experience of the course.
Hector (2019), who has a background in finance, discusses his motivations for pursuing social business.
Ieva (2019), who was part of the founding team at Founders Pledge, discusses how the course has changed her perceptions of the impact world.
Thomas (2019), who has a background in sustainability consulting, discusses his motivations for studying the Executive MSc in Social Business and Entrepreneurship in place of a traditional MBA.
Al Roth on how markets can be used to benefit society
Using the example of kidney exchange, Professor Roth explains how his colleagues redesigned the market for kidney transplants to maximise public benefit.
Jean Tirole on what motivates people to engage in altruistic behaviour
Professor Tirole explains the three drivers of altruism and what role image concerns and gender play in our drive to do good.
Luigi Zingales on the role of capitalism in private action for public benefit
Professor Zingales discusses how to create efficient ways to allocate buying power to the final user or beneficiary to bring in the element of competition to the third sector.
Sir Paul Marshall and Stephan Chambers disucss the Marshall Impact Accelerator
Sir Paul Marshall talks about his aspirations for the Marshall Impact Accelerator.
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