1. How would charging interest on loans help Kiva’s operations? Is this gain enough to offset the losses from charging interest? Is it possible to know the true effect that interest will have on the business? How does this decision relate to the stakeholder and stockholder theories?
2. What is the difference between a movement and a campaign, and how are they related? How should they be viewed in a manner that advances a coherent narrative of history which minimizes the effects of current events in said narrative?
3. How does substantive power come into play in the operations of social institutions? How is this a departure from the operational theories of mainstream business?
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