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‘Social Science Experiments in Lending Always End Badly’: Comments of the Week

American Banker

American Banker readers share their views on the most pressing banking topics of the week. Comments are excerpted from reader response sections …

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Does Asking White People for Moral Self-Reflection About Race Actually Work?
New York Magazine

Social science can help, and here are a few key findings:

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New Book Argues that Social Sciences Are Critical to Climate Conversation
DrexelNow

“Climate Change and Society” provides a useful tool in efforts to integrate social science research, natural science research and policymaking.

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Christianity and Social Networks: A Lesson from China
PJ Media

Social science hints that social networks, more than persuasive pastors or even good arguments, explain the phenomenon of choosing a faith.


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