A company’s early efforts to protect its intellectual property are a good signal that it intends to grow—one of many lessons from a wide-ranging investigation of U.S. IP practices.
Lauded as a win for consumers, new protections could have unintended consequences. “There’s no privacy ‘free lunch’ here.”
Tech companies are phasing out cookies. Will consumers finally see meaningful privacy protections?
For decades, China’s growth has followed the pattern of advanced economies, with rising incomes and educational attainment, shrinking family size, and growing female labor-force participation. But across these and other dimensions, the economy now appears to be going backward.
A new study offers a first look at the impact of collecting defaulted debts directly from worker’s paychecks.
One key to keeping programs afloat: flexibility.
A look at the benefits and downsides of two different approaches.
A new tool predicts whether a specific study is likely to replicate, building confidence in the findings among scientists, funding agencies, and the public.
A new study on the recent trend of “giving-by-proxy” offers good news for charitable organizations.
“Statements that LIV has made about breaking up the monopoly of the PGA may come back to haunt them.”
The Supreme Court Ended Race-Conscious Admissions. A Sociologist Who Studies Bias in Elite Spaces Is Worried about the Ramifications.
“The decision represents a fundamental misunderstanding or misrecognition of what we know from science about how discrimination works.”
For better or worse, generative AI is here to stay. On this episode of The Insightful Leader: What could it mean for you and your team?