Bending the Pipeline? A New Look at Executive Search and Gender Inequality

One of the issues that the recent election highlighted was the “glass ceiling” that women face as they come closest to the highest levels of organizational power. At the same […]

Author Interview: Peter W. Singer on the Weaponization of Social Media

This week we had the good fortune to interview Peter W. Singer to discuss his recent Atlantic article: “War Goes Viral: How social media is being weaponized across the world.” […]

On the Meaning of Our Democracy: Post-Election Thoughts From Alexis de Tocqueville

This has certainly been an interesting week for all Americans.  As I reflect over the decision we as a country made on Tuesday, I am drawn back to the great observer of […]

Author Interview: Will Globalization Go Into Reverse?

This week we interview Prof. Barry Eichengreen of UC Berkeley about his article in Prospect: Will globalisation go into reverse? In his piece, Prof. Eichengreen provides a thorough overview of two distinct […]

Recent Read: “The Longevity Gap”

In case you missed it, check out this interesting piece by Linda Marza on Aeon about rising longevity inequality: The life expectancy gap between the affluent and the poor and working class […]

(Re)Making The Case for Legalizing Insider Trading

This week I stumbled across a short note in the Wall Street Journal that was probably overlooked by most readers: Updated Oct. 25, 2016 6:44 p.m. ET Associated PressNEW YORK […]

Internet of Things: A Primer for Product Managers

This is an excellent IoT overview by Daniel Elizalde on Medium for anyone who wants to get up to speed on the topic, especially after Frida’s issues. As the authors notes: Today, very […]

Author Interview: “Speak Memory” by Casey Newton

Last week my colleague James Stark shared with me a great Verge article (Speak Memory by Casey Newton) with me. Newton’s piece raises many questions about the role that technology plays in the grieving process, as […]

Harvard’s money managers get a (very) public scolding.

(Ed: This couldn’t be said in private?) The Urgency of the Present Sub-par endowment returns are one of the greatest threats to Harvard today By THE CRIMSON EDITORIAL BOARD September […]

FT: “Deutsche Bank offers a tough lesson in risk”

Excellent piece on DB and banking sector risk by Martin Wolf in FT this week. The key points: All banks are weak, but some banks are weaker than others. This […]