Search data can tell policymakers whether extending unemployment benefits delays job-seeking.
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There must be faster ways to get them up to speed. Yet grueling apprenticeships persist in medicine, law, and the trades.
Even non-family firms can benefit when they think beyond their immediate self-interest.
A study of teachers offers lessons on how to get employees on board with reforms.
A serial investor explains why you need more than just a cool idea.
Plus, dispelling a pervasive myth about successful entrepreneurs.
It may depend on your gender and whom you are representing.
Banks get picky when cash dries up.
The answer differs between Americans and Europeans, and between liberals and conservatives.
The reason has less to do with planes and airport logistics than a strategic move by airlines.
New research helps to quantify the value of “ESG” initiatives.
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Their “experience with your product carries more weight than any marketing message you can come up with.”
A look at whether celebrity endorsements matter, why the top spot on a ballot is coveted, and more election research from Kellogg faculty.
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New research examines how self-perception affects moral behavior.
New research suggests how to improve supply-chain efficiency and avoid “inventory runs.”