College Campuses Are Becoming More Diverse. But How Much Do Students from Different Backgrounds Actually Interact?
Increasing diversity has been a key goal, “but far less attention is paid to what happens after we get people in the door.”
New research sheds light on how polarization can shape our counterfactual thinking.
There’s often an opposing camp pushing for a “buycott” to support the company. New research shows which group has more sway.
Sometimes, global raters miss important nuances about a firm’s environmental, social, and governmental activities.
On this episode of The Insightful Leader: the end of “Zero Covid,” escalating geopolitical tensions, and China’s potentially irreplaceable role in the global supply chain.
As China’s zero-Covid policy ends, it’s time to take stock of where the world’s second largest economy may be headed.
A discussion with a video-authentication expert on what it takes to unearth “deepfakes.”
It’s not necessarily who you think.
A pay raise boosts productivity for some—but the impact on the bottom line is more complicated.
For some, the pandemic laid bare the social factors that can keep people down. But not everyone adopted a new perspective.
Vilification of the other side is at a fever pitch. But research suggests ways to bridge the gap.
Ukraine’s European neighbors will need to make a major financial commitment to help rebuild its economy after the war. Fortunately, as the legacy of the post–World War II Marshall Plan shows, investing in Ukraine’s future will also serve Europe’s own long-term interests.
One key issue will be introducing regulation without strangling innovation, a fintech expert explains.