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Designing markets for faster, better vaccines

Economics Professor Susan Athey talks about the economic challenges of getting COVID-19 vaccines produced as quickly as possible.

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Restore – don’t reshore – supply chains

Hau Lee, co-director of the Value Chain Innovation Initiative at Stanford GSB, says bringing manufacturing back to the U.S. may not be the best approach to disrupted supply chains.

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Respond, reflect, rethink: GSB faculty explore the lessons of the pandemic

In less than two years, the virus has changed our lives, our organizations and our world. Stanford GSB faculty share the ideas they’re exploring and the lessons they’ve learned.

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Space, pace and grace: how to handle challenging conversations

In this podcast episode, GSB lecturer Collins Dobbs, who teaches Interpersonal Dynamics, talks about the importance of “space, pace and grace” in workplace conversations.

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Feeling “older” makes you more likely to help

Researchers studied how subjective age affects the willingness to help strangers and found that when people perceived themselves as older, they were more willing to help others.

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Teaching students the paths to power

The basic lessons of Jeffrey Pfeffer’s perennially popular business school course are simple. Putting them into practice is not.

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Got a problem? Think like a designer

Creative Acts for Curious People, a new book by Sarah Stein Greenberg, makes the Stanford d.school’s approach to problem-solving accessible to anyone.

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How to embrace the benefits of stress

Stanford's Alia Crum discusses how you can channel stress to help your performance and relationships.

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An analysis of 6 million articles reveals a recent decline in investigative reporting

Two GSB researchers trained a neural network to identify investigative newspaper articles to determine whether a decade of shrinking newsrooms has led to a decline in the production of such content.

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GSB faculty’s favorite podcasts for the return-to-work commute

Just in time for your return to commuting, members of the Stanford GSB faculty recommend some of their favorite podcasts.

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