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  • 8
    Jan

    2022

    Managerial Economics: A Q&A with Nick...

    Professor Nick Wilkinson, the author of Managerial Economics, took some time to answer our questions about inspiration, the digital revolution, and the rewards of teaching. The second edition of...

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  • 30
    Oct

    2020

    Public Spending: Picking up the Pieces Post COVID

    The response to the COVID-19 crisis puts the spotlight on public spending and the role of the state in advanced countries: How much should governments spend – is there an “optimal” level of...

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  • 6
    Jun

    2017

    Scandals at Uber and Fox show dangers of letting...

    Bert Spector, author of Discourse on Leadership, examines macho culture and leadership in his recent blog post, originally posted on The Conversation. ...

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  • 13
    Feb

    2017

    On Freud on Us

    A good deal of attention has focused on the psychological makeup of the man who sought and won the Presidency in 2016, including the provocative “Is Donald Trump a Psychopath” by fellow Cambridge author,...

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  • 5
    Dec

    2016

    Race Matters

    “The problem of the 20th century is the problem of the color line,” W.E.B. DuBois famously observed of the United States.  Despite the occasional proclamations of a post-racial society in the aftermath...

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  • 19
    Sep

    2016

    The Myth of Pragmatic Business Leadership

    In a just-published research piece, a group of scholars from Harvard and University College of London posed a significant challenge to the supposed benefits of “fact-based” reasoning.[1]  The way...

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  • 22
    Jan

    2014

    Digital Darwinism

    The Internet is forging new industries—and putting some old business models at risk. Irene C. L. Ng, the author of Creating Ne...

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