Antidiscrimination policies at work result in fewer entrepreneurial ventures- but higher quality ones.
How does a catastrophic innovation failure impact the perceived legitimacy of the company and the industry itself?
The flex office is generating a lot of buzz lately, but does it really work well for everyone? Ingrid Nappi discusses who enjoys the flex office, and reasons to put it in place.
Does offering financial incentives make managers more socially responsible?
The 2021 Nobel prize rewards many new results in labor and education economics, and, most importantly, for advancing economics as an experimental science, that can reveal causality, and not only correlation.
Unpacking the dynamics of industry-academia project teams.
Athletes’ mental health has been in the spotlight lately. As prominent athletes speak out about their struggles with stress, anxiety, depression, and even burnout, public awareness of the importance of mental health in professional sport is perhaps higher than ever before.
There’s a lot of buzz on sustainability practices in business, but much of today’s discourse and research on sustainability in business has focused on the “formal” economic sector. Stefan Gröschl sought to expand this research by exploring sustainability activities in informal economies.