The sentiment of central bankers, politicians, and the market seems to be “please let there be a boom” — and we’ll dodge the bust, but the latest oil boom-bust cycle has a greater impact than is commonly understood.
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Using fMRI, Assistant Professor Brian White studies how incentives activate different regions of the brain and promote more rational decision-making.
Dean Clay Johnston says it’s time we being seeing a return on investment in health care, and it’s about much more than saving money.
The more power people have, the less likely they are to recognize potential threats according to research from Assistant Professor Jennifer Whitson.
Entrepreneur Barbie is meant to model business leaders for girls, but Associate Professor Melissa Graebner explains why Mattel missed the mark.
The IRS issues a refund before checking the return for accuracy. No wonder tax fraud is out of control.
What to do when your performing arts organization is in fiscal crises—a case history.
Do executives in your company understand which problems are the most important to solve?
The combination of bus travel and car-sharing will be the future.
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