When CEO and analyst share a first name, earnings estimates are sharper
New research looks beyond attitudes toward specific executives accused of harassment to focus on people’s perceptions of corporatewide gender culture.
Ricardo Perez-Truglia’s research uses relocation choices of medical residents to study feelings about relative income
Modern-day gender ratios are linked to countries’ agricultural roots
Which one walks out happier?
Analysis of 250 studies finds the most common response to negative workplace behavior is an eye for an eye
Claiming victimhood of a different sort — say, concerning free speech — seen as more effective in silencing criticism
Successful projects suggest a more thorough cataloging of how “vividness” nudges can help us delay gratification
We define happiness differently as we age
Intoxication seems to work as an unofficial mitigating factor
Biases around race, nation-of-origin and disability are small compared to the preference for helping the diligent
Only after a Rush Limbaugh broadcast did evacuation rates diverge politically
B2B relationships aren't the rational arena classic theories would suggest
A monthly check, not just a pile of cash: Studies demystify the instruments too few are using
Research shows individuals aren’t necessarily turned off when they know they are being coaxed toward a specific choice
A team of experts makes the financial case that governments should spend more on nudging