In a series of six videos, Chicago Booth’s Ronald S. Burt explains how networks behave and why network structure is so important.
How interpersonal networks explain populism and politics
Research into Chinese entrepreneurs is revealing some global truths about business success.
Temporal discounting is typically attributed to human frailties or personal weaknesses, but research suggests it’s a characteristic of the social network around an individual.
It’s fine to accumulate contacts, but notice how you network.