Blockchain technology, investor sentiment, and economic stress levels are significant predictors of bitcoin returns, according to a groundbreaking paper from Illinois Institute of Technology researchers that provides empirical evidence to help guide investors, economists, and […]
As Swedish cities are densified at a fast pace, there is now construction very close to roads and thoroughfares—land that was considered unthinkable for development just a decade ago.This article is brought to you by […]
During the coronavirus lockdowns, 50% of European workers were estimated to engage in some form of smart working—smart working at its worst, though, because it was unplanned and in many cases full-time, with a strong […]
The teaching profession is already struggling with shortages and a lack of new candidates in a situation widely regarded as a crisis. Now, research warns that teachers are being priced out of housing near their […]
Zachary Zhong had heard his grandparents’ stories about the Japanese invasion in 1944 of neighboring counties in his hometown in China. As the Japanese army continued their advance, civilians were killed and injured, while others […]
A new study by Dr. Lucie Kvasničková Stanislavská from Czech University of Life Sciences, Prague, has found that social media is an increasingly important tool for companies to communicate their corporate social responsibility (CSR) efforts.This […]
The flight from urban areas that took place during the first year of the pandemic either reversed or slowed in its second year, as last year metropolitan areas in Texas and Florida boomed and declines […]
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With ChatGPT and other artificial intelligence systems making waves, some people are turning to AI for financial planning, according to one West Virginia University researcher.This article is brought to you by Phys.Org.