Chicago Booth’s Marianne Bertrand, Nicholas Epley, and Erik Hurst discuss whether and how policy makers should take into account the distributional effects of economic policy.
People judge themselves based on their own positive intentions, but they judge others based on their actions.
People tend to think they can understand others simply by watching them—but they can’t read people as well as they think.
Insights on diagnosing and correcting poor professional communication
If you’ve ever contributed more than your share to a group project, you may be surprised to learn that your teammates all did too—or think they did.