- Economic systems must balance efficiency with resilience in order to survive and flourish.
- By eliminating frictions, the world’s largest democracy can generate higher and more inclusive growth.
- January 20, 2021 by Daniel AkstFriday, the Thirteenth, a classic 1907 novel by the muckraker and stock manipulator Thomas Lawson, reminds us that telling stories can weaponize resentment.
- November 9, 2020 by Ryan AventA master class in conflicts
- November 9, 2020 by Bethany McLeanGunning for history
- November 3, 2020 by Daniel AkstThe iconic novel, which celebrates risk-taking and self-interest, has important lessons for current debates surrounding inequality and liberty.
- October 15, 2020 by Mike JakemanIn his new book, journalist Matthew Yglesias argues that the U.S. should strive to triple its population.
- August 19, 2020 by Theodore KinniEconomist Pavlina R. Tcherneva demolishes the idea that there is an optimal rate of unemployment and makes a timely case for a national job guarantee.
- August 14, 2020 by Daniel AkstWhat captains of industry can learn from captains in the great age of sail.
- August 11, 2020 by Mike JakemanIn his new book, journalist and historian Marc Levinson describes the limits of long supply chains and the ways in which new trade routes are forming.
- June 12, 2020 by Mike JakemanIn his new book, historian Rutger Bregman argues that people are actually fundamentally good.
- April 13, 2020 by Deepali SrivastavaBusiness is helping reshape how we live, work, consume, and connect in ways that could outlast the current crisis.
- April 6, 2020 by Mike JakemanIn their comprehensive new book, Deaths of Despair and the Future of Capitalism, economists Anne Case and Angus Deaton explain why mortality rates in the U.S. are rising.
- February 26, 2020 by Mark GimeinIn his new book, The Passion Economy, journalist Adam Davidson uncovers stories of small businesses that thrive in niches.
- February 10, 2020 by Mike JakemanIn the new book Fully Grown, economist Dietrich Vollrath argues that the recent spell of moderate growth in the U.S. is a sign of success.
- January 24, 2020 by Daniel AkstFifty years after its publication, Albert O. Hirschman’s Exit, Voice, and Loyalty still has a lot to tell us about the life of organizations.
- January 20, 2020 by Mike JakemanIn his new book, Oxford University economist Daniel Susskind sketches out the perils and promise of automation’s displacement of labor.
- November 13, 2019 by Daniel AkstIn his new book, Nobel-winning economist Robert J. Shiller emphasizes the importance of narratives.
- November 5, 2019 by Ryan AventMake economics germane again.
- September 20, 2019 by Mike JakemanIn his new book, Transaction Man, journalist Nicholas Lemann describes the evolution — and failure — of competing attempts to manage the power of corporations.
- July 17, 2019 by David J. LynchIn his new book, Michael O’Sullivan looks to the past to find a future for the post-globalization world.
- April 24, 2019 by Deborah UngerEconomist Mariana Mazzucato explains how solving society’s toughest problems starts with rethinking how value is created and innovation is incentivized.
- March 7, 2019 by Daniel AkstA 1908 novel about the fate of two sisters in Victorian England has a great deal to teach us about the challenges women face in the business world.
- February 15, 2019 by David J. LynchIn his new book, The Future of Capitalism, Oxford economist Paul Collier lays out a path to restore the ethical foundations of the free-market system in the U.S. and Europe.
- January 3, 2019 by Deepali SrivastavaCitizens and policymakers are asking whether economies can break out of growth-dependent frameworks. Businesses should help find the answer.
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