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July 15, 2024

Podcast: The Bargain That Fuels Big Pharma

What will we pay for the next groundbreaking drug? In episode 4 of our 5-episode series, “Insight Unpacked: American Healthcare and Its Web of Misaligned Incentives,” we explore the trade-off at the heart of pharmaceutical innovation.

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July 8, 2024

Podcast: The Misadventures of Insuring America

In episode 3 of our 5-episode series, “Insight Unpacked: American Healthcare and Its Web of Misaligned Incentives,” we explain how insurance companies became everybody’s favorite villain.

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July 6, 2024

Innovation Requires an Environment of Creative Risk

If you really want to change paradigms, you must be willing to accept that there is no such thing as true innovation without risk.

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July 3, 2024

Want Your Kids to Choose Healthy Foods? Here Are Some Research-Backed Tips.

First, stop demanding that they choose healthy foods!

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July 1, 2024

Podcast: The Power of the Physician's Pen

We rely on doctors to keep us healthy. In episode 2 of our 5-episode series, “Insight Unpacked: American Healthcare and Its Web of Misaligned Incentives,” we learn at what cost.

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July 1, 2024

After Prison, Opportunities Are Hard to Come By. Enter Entrepreneurship.

Labor-market discrimination is driving many formerly incarcerated people, particularly Black individuals, toward entrepreneurship.

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July 1, 2024

There’s a Smarter Way to A/B Test

A new model can help you reduce the length or size of your experiments by as much as 50 percent, for significant cost savings.

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July 1, 2024

Gen AI Can Tailor Ads to Our Personalities—and They’re Pretty Persuasive

“The effects are probably only likely to get stronger as time persists.”

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July 1, 2024

How to Spot Political Deepfakes

AI literacy—and a healthy dose of human intuition—can take us pretty far.

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June 24, 2024

Podcast: The Problem with Megaproviders

In episode 1 of our 5-episode series, “Insight Unpacked: American Healthcare and Its Web of Misaligned Incentives,” we investigate how hospital systems got so big—and what that means for our health and our pocketbooks.

June 21, 2024

Podcast: Introducing Insight Unpacked, Season 2

American Healthcare and Its Web of Misaligned Incentives

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June 18, 2024

3 Ways AI Can Support Your Marketing Team

From providing insight into your customers to amplifying human creativity, generative AI is here to help.

June 18, 2024

Podcast: Why Italy’s Economy Offers a Cautionary Tale for the U.S.

Since the 1990s, taxes, debt, and regulations have hamstrung the Italian economy. On this episode of The Insightful Leader: Could America be next?

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June 17, 2024

Will America’s Economy Soon Look Like … Italy’s?

Why one Kellogg economist is worried that the U.S. is headed toward a low-growth future.

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June 11, 2024

Unique. Revolutionary. Fundamental. A Little Hype Can Help Scientists Win Grants.

“Promotional language is important not just for securing funding but for actually conveying the merits of good ideas.”

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June 3, 2024

Why Did Early Governments Emerge?

Was it about cooperation—or exploitation? A new study turns to archeology for answers.

June 1, 2024

It’s Painful to Spend Money—Unless It’s a Refund

New research shows why it feels different to spend the money we get back after returning a product.

maids cleaning apartments
June 1, 2024

Everyone Wants to Ditch the Middleman. Or Do They?

Not always, according to surprising new evidence from an app connecting housekeepers to clients.

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June 1, 2024

The Stereotypes Lurking in Our Language

A new tool can shed light on intersectional biases—and how they may change over time.

Entrepreneur in a romper pitches new idea.
June 1, 2024

How to Talk About What You Do (without Being Boring)

The key is not to say too much—or too little. Here are some exercises to get you started.

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