Managing production with the declining potency of a catalyst
A system of manufacturer rewards and penalties, consumer taxes and subsidies could aid vaccination rates
19th-century French cotton mills suggest halting, uneven progress
1.8 million tons of PET plastic bottles end in landfills annually
A model predicts with 80% accuracy which orders get handed off
Suppliers, distributers, product extenders go from helper to competitor
Collective action, rather than each brand working alone, appears more effective and costs less
A study uses game theory to suggest when designer companies should license their names for down-market goods
Unlike in past cycles, factory jobs are showing strength ahead of expected downturn
A method that establishes a range of needs — and then tightens the range — works better
Companies are surprised: Opportunities to reduce CO2 are more plentiful than expected
Should stimulus be targeted toward displaced workers, rather than across the economy?
Field researchers constructed a model to subsidize essential goods for low-income communities in crisis, and profit in recovery
Methods that weight efficacy, toxicity and cost improve understanding but provide no easy answers
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Semiconductor makers’ pricing is based not just on quantities ordered but also on “capacity rationing”