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Innovation and Economic Growth

Researchers today are trying to understand how information technology affects innovation, productivity, and economic growth while studying the impact of political and legal ground rules. Academics featured here are looking at the potential to create jobs and keep policymakers aware of emerging trends in technology.

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Affective Polarization During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Stanford economist Matthew Gentzkow shares findings from recent research that explores how polarization has evolved during the coronavirus pandemic.

Matthew Gentzkow

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Innovation

Innovation is a word used to describe new ideas and inventions that have impact – impact to consumers, to markets, to industries, to the economy as a whole, and even to society and culture.

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Leading In 2021: 5 Key Business Trends And 15 Companies To Watch

Nicholas Bloom, a remote work expert at Stanford, supports the hybrid approach, recommending that leaders let employees work from home one to three days a week once the pandemic ends. — Nicholas Bloom, Professor of Economics, Stanford University

Nicholas Bloom
Forbes
December 21, 2020

Featured Article

More Than Money: Correlation Among Worker Demographics, Motivations, and Participation in Online Labor Market

Demographic factors such as age, gender, education and income sources explain participation in online labor markets such as Amazon’s Mechanical Turk. Men and women feel equal pressure to earn money, but schedule work differently.

By: Mary L. Gray, Siddharth Suri, Wei-Chu Chen