Over the last decade, AI has reshaped the commercial sector and consumer habits—think recommender systems for online shopping or streaming services. While many businesses have jumped headfirst into artificial intelligence, it’s unclear how the social […]
What are the leading topics in public finance and budgeting, how have they changed, and what future topics should be more closely researched by professionals and practitioners?This article is brought to you by Phys.Org.
The just-released report of the inquiry into price gouging and unfair pricing conducted by Allan Fels for the Australian Council of Trades Unions does more than identify the likely offenders.This article is brought to you […]
In the rarefied realm of political campaigns, every election brings complex challenges to the experts who shape a candidate’s advertising strategy. Their standard practice has been to show prospective ads to a small focus group, […]
In recent days, the “right to disconnect” has entered Australia’s legislative agenda. It refers to employees’ rights to refuse unreasonable after-hours contact from their employer.This article is brought to you by Phys.Org.
Understanding how the poor deal with the effects of the economic crisis into which Brazil plunged in 2014 was the aim of the research project “The crisis seen from the periphery: struggle for social mobility […]
Diverse research is more impactful in the business management field, with female influence growing stronger in the past decade, finds a new study from the University of Surrey.This article is brought to you by Phys.Org.
When hiring people to be on teams, many organizations believe the best team must include the “best” individuals. Organizations construct IQ tests, pose scenarios, assign scores to applicants, or develop criteria to identify the “best.” […]
Back in 1981, Tom Petty sang that the waiting is the hardest part. New research from The University of Texas helps to explain why.This article is brought to you by Phys.Org.
Listen, do you want to know a secret? Do you promise not to tell? Good—because if you tell, people will often think you’re an “a-hole.”This article is brought to you by Phys.Org.