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Working in the metaverse: what virtual office life could look like

Sam Gilbert, University of Cambridge In the context of work, the digital divide has become less about access to...

Sold-out supplies, serving a public need and other adventures of doing...

Christian L'Orange, Colorado State University; Erin Lavik, University of Maryland, Baltimore County; Nilanjan Banerjee, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and Tony Schmitz,...

Why the Davos elites are still relevant

Christopher Michaelson, University of St. Thomas Has Davos lost its mojo? After U.S. President Donald Trump, U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May and other world leaders nixed...

How fair is it for just three people to receive the...

Caroline Wagner, The Ohio State University The Nobel Foundation statutes decree that “in no case” can a Nobel Prize be divided between more than three...

Was Chuck Berry the lone genius he’s made out to be?

Tim McFarlin, Elon University In the days following Chuck Berry’s death, commentators have trampled over each other in a race to honor him...

How Trump could shock a divided nation back to life as...

Frank V. Zerunyan, University of Southern California “Partnership, not conflict,” were the words spoken by President-elect Donald Trump during his acceptance speech. That collaborative approach...

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How Trump’s tax proposal could weaken faith in the system’s fairness

Gil B. Manzon Jr., Boston College and Tim Gray, Boston College The Trump administration wants to change the way the government taxes so-called...