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Microeconomics explains why people can never have enough of what they...

Amitrajeet A. Batabyal, Rochester Institute of Technology Economics is broadly divided into macroeconomics and microeconomics. The big picture, macroeconomics,...

Selfish or selfless? Human nature means you’re both

Keith Yoder, University of Chicago and Jean Decety, University of Chicago Looking out for number one has been important...

Paying all blood donors might not be worth it

Gretchen Chapman, Carnegie Mellon University The Abstract features interesting research and the people behind it. Gretchen Chapman is a decision scientist who explores what makes it...

A company’s good deeds can make consumers think its products are...

Valerie Good, Michigan State University The Research Brief is a short take on interesting academic work. The big idea Companies like to highlight when they do good...

Here’s how you can be nudged to eat healthier, recycle and...

José Antonio Rosa, Iowa State University Every day, you make important choices – about whether to feast on fries or take a brisk walk, whether...

Calling donors to thank them doesn’t make them more likely to...

Anya Samek, University of Southern California – Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences Donors gave US$380 million to nonprofits during 2018’s Giving Tuesday donation...

Scammers don’t cheat because they need the money — they cheat...

Marco A. Palma, Texas A&M University Why do people cheat? When we hear that a poor person scammed others out of money, we may attribute...

Selecting groceries ahead of time helps some shoppers make healthier choices

Anya Samek, University of Southern California – Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences I often toss items into my grocery cart that I have...

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