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Give peace a chance… eventually

A new study suggests that we’re cognitively wired to regard the end of conflict as a distant abstraction.

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GSB faculty members recognized for outstanding teaching

Students choose Szu-chi Huang, Scott Brady, and Darrell Duffie for 2022 teaching awards.

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When the COVID slump hit homeowners, shadow banks were slow to lend a hand

As borrowers sought debt relief, non-traditional lenders and loan servicers faced a financial shock.

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A new strategy to speed up cold case investigations

Solving crimes with forensic genetic genealogy is slow and complicated. A new mathematical analysis could crack cases 10 times faster.

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How an ‘impact mindset’ unites activists of different races

A new study finds that people’s involvement with Black Lives Matter stems from an impulse that goes beyond identity.

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When it comes to communication from the top, less isn’t more

Many managers don’t convey the right amount of information, but those who under-communicate pay a steeper price.

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Helping women stick with STEM

A virtual program that focused on interpersonal skills such as negotiation, influencing coworkers, and networking boosted job satisfaction for women starting off in science and technology jobs.

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Hiring female CEOs changes how companies talk about women

Women in executive positions can challenge gender stereotypes about leadership — without sacrificing their likability.

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Stanford GSB Dean Jon Levin on business as a force for good

Dean says today’s business leaders have great opportunities to use modern technology for good while mitigating its harms.

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How homeownership boosts voter turnout

Political economy Professor Andrew B. Hall’s research explores whether the link between owning a home and voting is one of causation or correlation – and what that matters if we want an engaged electorate.

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