Impact: The Recommended List

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Impact: The Recommended List

Stanford GSB professors share their reading list for topics related to impact.
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In the most recent Stanford Business magazine, we explored the idea of impact and how your actions can produce change in life and work, in your local neighborhood, and in the global community.

Our professors offered up their favorite books, articles, and videos on the subject.

Shai Bernstein

Elizabeth Blankespoor

Pedro Gardete

Kristin Laurin

William F. Meehan III

Margaret Neale

Ken Shotts

Ilya Strebulaev

Robb Willer

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