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A pricing paradox: We want digital but will pay more for analog

Research finds people express an almost universal willingness to pay more for physical products, yet almost unanimously say they would prefer to own the digital version of the same product.

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Asian Business Student Association members share what AAPI Month means to them

“AAPI month is a chance to celebrate how Asian culture is woven into our national fabric.”

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“Podcases” offer a new way to learn

Audio versions of case studies get high marks from students.

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Women in Management students on “Who inspires you and why?”

“I am inspired by women whose voices, once found, never again fall silent.”

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Ideas and empathy: how to design and communicate with others in mind

In this podcast episode, we explore how design and communication both start with the same ingredient: empathy.

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Cold open: Break the ice by looking inside someone’s fridge

How your leftovers can spark a meaningful conversation.

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A plan to inject more funding into the war on antibiotic resistance

Two doctors propose federal subsidies to accelerate R&D on urgently needed antibiotics.

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Communicating mistakes: how to avoid common errors and make better decisions

In this podcast episode, we discuss decision-making mistakes, and how to talk about them.

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Speaking up without freaking out: how to tackle communication anxiety

In this podcast episode, we share the science behind nervousness and offer tips for keeping your cool during various speaking situations.

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How income inequality can drive COVID infections

A look at lockdowns in Chile finds that wealth played a major role in who stayed home and who risked infection.

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