Police patrol Black areas more frequently than others with similar homicide rates and income levels
Women — and some men — more inclined to apply for positions
On COVID-19’s impacts, social scientists’ predictions weren’t much better than those of laypeople
The ethics of asking brain surgery patients to allow unrelated research while on the operating table
Positive views on, say, a social policy are more easily suppressed than negative ones
Can modern decision theory, paired with a half-century-old thought experiment, help make a more just society?
VCs and other investors need a contract with their seeker that blunts conflicts of interest
Study finds interest in screening embryos for education propensity, especially if everyone else is doing it
Laws that threaten ideological preferences prompt some opponents to adopt more extreme beliefs
Revealed compensation might motivate workers to do more, without a raise
A culture that valorized revenge among pre-industrial herders resonates today
The average doctor, following sunshine laws, writes fewer Rx’s for marketed medicines
Digital identity used in nearly every realm of life
False hope for instilling disease resistance and desirable traits?
Intoxication seems to work as an unofficial mitigating factor
Do bigger companies win even when they lose out on corrupt deals?