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New research by Professor Jun Li suggests effective ways to prevent discrimination.
Professor Aradhna Krishna, writing in Quartz, says media emphasis on hate crime acts risks normalizing the behavior.
Professors Jerry Davis and Johan Chu show how the corporate elite no longer act as a group, and why that’s not always a good thing.
Professor Jerry Davis, writing in The Conversation, explains why more companies are taking a stance on social issues.
Writing in The Conversation, Professor Wallace Hopp shows why income inequality hurts growth, and what companies should do about it.
Professors Eric Schwartz and Jacob Abernethy, in The Conversation, detail the analytics they used to predict areas of high lead risk.
Writing in The Conversation, Professor Andy Hoffman says academics need to keep up with changes in society to maintain their relevance.
Writing in The Conversation, Professor Joe Arvai says policy makers can learn from behavior science on how to make better decisions.