Increasing workplace diversity is a popular yet elusive goal for many employers. How can organizations encourage applications from talented employees that come from all walks of life? In this work, we investigate how workplace diversity cues affect the quality and background of applicants.
When individuals can choose with whom to cooperate, do they behave self-servingly and choose those who are ‘better off’? Or do they cooperate with others who are ‘worse off’, thereby helping others instead of themselves? We find that cooperation under partner choice can increase inequality.
Embark on a journey through the dynamic intersection of technology and sustainability as revealed by a study on European start-ups which reveals how transformative business models (TBMs) are paving the way to a greener and more sustainable future.
Heterodox school of thought, geoAI-ML, big data analytics, and agent-based modelling to represent the human dimension in climate-energy-economic models
In most climate-energy-economy models, a key assumption rules analysis. Millions of consumers are deliberately represented as a single agent that takes prices as given, making rational choices with perfect knowledge of markets under rational expectations to maximize welfare under budget constraints.
Simple messages to parents that help make children's school life salient have been shown to improve educational outcomes in high and middle-income countries. Could they also work in the much poorer settings of rural Sub-Saharan Africa? A recent study documents that they might - although not for all.
MDMA and methamphetamine both enhance feelings of connection and meaningfulness during structured, dyadic conversations with strangers