In an age when environmental awareness is widespread among investors, board renewal mechanisms that better align investors’ and directors’ interests can enhance a firm’s environmental performance, according to a new study by Hannes Wagner (Bocconi […]
After decades of declining real wages and deteriorating working conditions, strike activity has spiked over the last year, particularly in the United Kingdom. From nurses and teachers to railway and postal workers, employees are demanding […]
Have you or a colleague ever been negatively labeled at work, whether it’s based on your gender, age, race or ethnicity? Labels can often be mundane because we use them spontaneously on an everyday basis. […]
Half of the world’s languages are endangered and more than a thousand are expected to be lost in coming decades. A team at UCL is using animation software to preserve these languages in an entirely […]
In studies, forecasts and recommendations to governments, markets are seen as capable of processing so-called rational information. Economists claim that firms’ market prices result from rational expectation about their future monetary flows and intangible assets […]
Starbucks, the coffee chain giant, is modifying its rewards program, and the news is full of stories of outraged consumers.This post was originally published on this website.
Involuntary business closures have been the leading cause of a massive decline in U.S. GDP during the COVID-19 pandemic, although personal voluntary behaviors to avoid infection also play a role, according to a new study […]
With three mass shooting within a week leaving 24 Californians dead, public policy makers are searching for answers.This post was originally published on this website.
Days after two California massacres involving the Asian American community, many are seeking to understand what drove two men to commit these crimes. Primary among questions are the role of culture and society, and whether […]