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Using ‘science’ to market cookies and other products meant for pleasure...

Rebecca Walker Reczek, The Ohio State University; Aviva Philipp-Muller, The Ohio State University, and John Costello, University of Notre Dame

What is bioengineered food? An agriculture expert explains

Kathleen Merrigan, Arizona State University The U.S. Department of Agriculture defines bioengineered food as food that “contains detectable genetic...

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,...

Secondhand clothing sales are booming – and may help solve the...

Hyejune Park, Oklahoma State University and Cosette Marie Joyner Armstrong, Oklahoma State University A massive force is reshaping the fashion industry: secondhand clothing. According to...

Delinquent electric bills from the pandemic are coming due – who...

Theodore J. Kury, University of Florida The shutdowns and restrictions that governments have imposed to limit the spread of COVID-19 have made it hard for...

How Nigeria’s new competition law will benefit the economy – and...

Oluchukwu Precious Obioma, University of Nigeria Competition laws protect consumers and create confidence in an economy. It’s a signal to investors and entrepreneurs that a...

How one woman pulled off the first consumer boycott – and...

Tom Zoellner, Chapman University While many companies have trumpeted their support for the Black Lives Matter movement, others are beginning to face consumer pressure for...

Python skin jackets and elephant leather boots: How wealthy Western nations...

Maria Ivanova, University of Massachusetts Boston and Candace Famiglietti, University of Massachusetts Boston Three-quarters of new and emerging infectious diseases in humans originate in wildlife....

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Affirmative action should be viewed in global context

By Michele S. Moses, University of Colorado and Laura Dudley Jenkins, University of Cincinnati “Affirmative action won’t be around for much longer, ” said...