Withholding renewal of a supply agreement can be more powerful than other carrots and sticks
Sharing the technology’s weak work product negatively influences the quality of its output going forward
Charging more at peak times could reduce congestion and lift profits. Would customers revolt?
Building adaptability into an approach improves performance
Companies that report emissions appear greener only in a narrow measure
The risk for matching platforms is affected by levels of fees and what’s disclosed about buyer and seller
Fining drivers hasn’t worked. A model suggests penalizing the delivery app companies
Some data shows competing against the platform can help sellers, if not consumers
Getting the mix right is the goal of a Medicare pilot, which itself could use substantial improvement
Can modern decision theory, paired with a half-century-old thought experiment, help make a more just society?
Amid the pandemic, price gouging and stiffing of suppliers and workers surged
How to rebalance supply and demand amid today’s chaotic internet traffic
Incentives boost output, but benefits level off at a fairly low point
Revealed compensation might motivate workers to do more, without a raise
Governments needn’t subsidize charging networks
Queuing models aren’t simple but offer big potential service improvements