For much of the past decade, firms have been trying various ways to convince people to think about the future, and in particular about the people they will become.
Check out a pair of shoes online, and you may find them following you around: in a display advertisement parked in the margin of a news story, or in the otherwise minimalist corner of a search-engine results page, or perhaps in the subject line of an email.
What’s the difference between an “undocumented worker” and an “illegal alien”? If this sounds like the setup for a groan-worthy political joke, it is—in a sense.
Chicago Booth’s Amanda J. Sharkey and Luigi Zingales, along with Alain Cohn, a postdoctoral scholar at Booth, explain what corporate culture is and whether leaders can change that culture if it goes bad.
Formal analysis confirms what casual observation suggests: the WTO’s success at preventing trade wars far outweighs its failure to promote trade talks.
The continuing Greek debt crisis and slow growth in other parts of Europe are leading many economists to reiterate the view that the euro is a bad idea.