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Video Interview: Rebecca Henderson of Harvard Business School at the New Economics Institute...

Recorded live at the New Economics Institute Strategies for a New Economy Conference on June 9, 2012, Co-Director of the Business & Environment Initiative at Harvard Business School Rebecca Henderson speaks about how her work at Harvard is helping recast business education to integrate issues such as resource constraints into curricula. For years, we've run businesses as if social capital was free, and natural capital was very very cheap, and that is going to change going forward -- this is a major reality that all business school students should be aware of, says Henderson. Henderson also speaks of reawakening the sense of business' social mission and the difference business can make. It's sometimes fashionable in the new economy movement to say that business is corrupt or business is evil, but I don't share that view at all, Henderson says. I think a business that's well run is an enormous instrument for human good and a major source of prosperity and freedom -- business is

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