A presidential assassination brought the trust-busting Teddy Roosevelt to power. The episode offers lessons for today’s antitrust regulators.
New research suggests that formal schooling is not the panacea to global inequality that many have long believed it to be.
Game theory reveals why some conflicts escalate and others don’t.
Linking fundamental analysis and portfolio optimization may be the key to solving the “investor’s problem.”
A surprisingly consistent answer has emerged in one sector: healthcare.
With employers shifting away from pensions, there’s an urgent need for improved financial literacy.
The Fed wanted to help struggling homeowners. But new lending rules undermined its efforts.
Search data can tell policymakers whether extending unemployment benefits delays job-seeking.
There must be faster ways to get them up to speed. Yet grueling apprenticeships persist in medicine, law, and the trades.
The answer differs between Americans and Europeans, and between liberals and conservatives.
Three experts discuss the challenges and rewards of sourcing coffee from the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Kellogg faculty explore the psychology and economics of common travel conundrums.
The long-term financial toll extends far beyond medical bills.
As Brazil’s farms became more efficient, workers shifted to manufacturing.
Results of a new study have implications for the recent U.S. tax overhaul.