Featuring research about female leaders earning extra credit, AI in the workplace, and why some stocks make money overnight.
Female leaders earned extra credit for their relational leadership style during the pandemic, according to new research that offers key lessons for all leaders confronted by grand challenges.
Each day when trading opens, some stocks mysteriously appreciate overnight. New finance research found stocks gain value overnight because larger market makers are unwilling to meet peak demand.
With AI here to stay, Terry professors Pok Man Tang and Gerald Kane explore the challenges of integrating the new digital workforce into our thoroughly human office ecosystems.
Economist Laura Zimmermann works with UGA’s Center on Human Trafficking Research & Outreach to expose the dark secrets of trafficking’s shadow economy.
Entrepreneurship expert offered tips for productive mentorship.
Online rating systems are ubiquitous but offer little information.
Study suggests we haven’t reached maximum human lifespan.
Study finds that racial biases can be changed by chatbots.
Limited-edition goods, from snacks to shoes, are sure to sell.
Multicultural Economy Report highlights minority markets.