03/04/2016

Reports

NEW REPORTS ISSUED BY EXPERTS

Motivated beliefs

A new paper in the Journal of the European Economic Association, published by Oxford University Press, indicates that we tend to listen ...
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A new study reveals success formula

If you would like to succeed in your career, carve out your own distinctiveness, then break your boundaries along with ...
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Technological advances change product-market boundaries

Researchers from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and University of Maryland at College Park published a new paper ...
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What if that second medical opinion could be generated by a computer, using artificial intelligence?

It’s an old adage: there’s no harm in getting a second opinion. But what if that second opinion could be ...
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How and why does cognitive control vary from person to person

Are you able to start a task and stick with it, all the way through, ignoring the temptations of the ...
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What is the impact of large-scale remote work

As companies debate the impact of large-scale remote work, a new study of over 61,000 Microsoft employees found that working ...
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Major patent filing trends in space technologies

A new study published today reveals the global patenting trends in cosmonautics – showing how different actors both public and ...
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The amount of energy needed for decent living worldwide

For many, an increase in living standards would require an increase in energy provision. At the same time, meeting current ...
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Two key brain functions which allow us to attend to new information

It’s long been believed that advancing age leads to broad declines in our mental abilities. Now new research from Georgetown ...
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How your decision can be influenced whether to buy it or not

One of the biggest marketing trends in the online shopping industry is personalization through curated product recommendations; however, it can ...
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The gray area between lobbying and bribery among multinational companies

In the field of international business research, lobbying is considered a legitimate and legal political action conducted in a developed ...
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How our brain makes us feel motivated

Why do we do things? What persuades us to put an effort to achieve goals, however mundane? What, for instance, ...
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Couples who disagree on savings and investment decisions are twice as likely to divorce

While it is well known that fighting over money can lead couples to divorce court, new research from the University ...
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How good enough are telepractice platforms on clinical voice evaluations

As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, people across the world have experienced how teleconferencing platforms like Zoom help folks ...
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Evaluating learning organizations as being successful

Matrix, process, or something else? The structure of an organisation is of little significance for its success, as long as ...
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