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Research examines market design to accelerate COVID-19 vaccine supply


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Magnitude and Effects of “Sludge” in Benefits Administration: How Health Insurance Hassles Burden Workers and Cost Employers


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Facial Recognition Technology Can Expose Political Orientation From Naturalistic Facial Images

We show that facial recognition algorithms can expose people’s political views from their social media profile pictures, posing dramatic risks to privacy and civil liberties.
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Viewing the Human Body as a Machine in an Effort to Promote Health Turns Out to Be Not Healthy

New research out of Stanford Graduate School of Business indicates that when we’re encouraged to view the human body as a machine (a process called dehumanization) in an effort to promote health, we actually arrive at the opposite effect.
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Conference on Corporations and Democracy

Corporations do not vote in elections, but their impact on democratic societies is immense.
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Spouses’ Faces Are Similar but Do Not Become More Similar with Time

Both old wives’ tales and psychological literature posit that spouses’ faces become more similar over time. Scholars have argued that partners tend to occupy the same environments, engage in the same activities, eat the same food, and mimic...
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Practice Does Not Necessarily Make Perfect When It Comes to Creativity

If you’re a relentlessly upbeat thinker, you may be enamored of the 10,000-hour rule, which holds that if you simply practice something regularly for a long enough time, you’ll eventually achieve mastery.
11-Sep-2020 8:30 AM EDT Add to Favorites


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Protesting While White Nationalist: What if They’d Been Black?

An essay by Stanford Graduate School of Business faculty member Sarah Soule and coauthor Christian Davenport, University of Michigan
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Stanford GSB's corporate governance expert David Larcker available for comment on Jeff Bezo stepping down from Amazon

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Making American Protest Policing Better: If We Could Turn Back Time

An essay by Stanford Graduate School of Business faculty member Sarah Soule and coauthor Christian Davenport, University of Michigan
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Stanford and Michigan researchers on a "movement of movements approach" to end police violence

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