Politics

The Ethics of Corporate Political Spending
Business and Management INK
September 17, 2013

The Ethics of Corporate Political Spending

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How Scholars Can Be Strategic Communicators
International Debate
August 26, 2013

How Scholars Can Be Strategic Communicators

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Stand Out and Be Counted: Quantitative Skills
Career
May 2, 2013

Stand Out and Be Counted: Quantitative Skills

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Weekly Overview of Social Science News
Communication
March 4, 2013

Weekly Overview of Social Science News

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Antebellism: The Neoliberal Compromise of the Political

Antebellism: The Neoliberal Compromise of the Political

Why we need to pay closer attention to the President of Emory’s shocking comparison of University budget cuts with the three-fifths compromise, and what it says about America now, not then.

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Jonathan Haidt on Moral Psychology

Jonathan Haidt on Moral Psychology

What can psychology tell us about morality? Jonathan Haidt, author of The Righteous Mind, discusses the place of rationality in our moral judgements in this episode of the Social Science Bites podcast.

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What’s Next For the Economy?

What’s Next For the Economy?

In a decidedly rousing speech at the Democratic National Convention Wednesday night, Bill Clinton defended President Barack Obama’s economic plan without denying […]

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Economic Inequality and Political Power (Part 3 of 3)

Economic Inequality and Political Power (Part 3 of 3)

Faith in the wisdom of the affluent to guide public policy has been sorely tested by the enormous costs in money and human suffering resulting from the Great Recession. My data cast further doubt on the notion that representational inequality arises from the greater knowledge or better judgment of those with higher incomes.

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Is Conservatism Our Default Ideology?

Is Conservatism Our Default Ideology?

New research provides evidence that, when under time pressure or otherwise cognitively impaired, people are more likely to express conservative views.

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Managing Expectations

Managing Expectations

Why do some people hide their light under a bushel while others promise more than they can deliver? In the latest edition of the Journal of Theoretical Politics, Dr René Lindstädt (University of Essex) and Dr Jeffrey Staton (Emory University, USA) have developed a theory to explain the phenomenon.

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The Climate Challenge: Special Issue of Business & Society

The Climate Challenge: Special Issue of Business & Society

Business & Society has released a special issue on the important global topic of climate change, corporate strategy, and politics, bringing together […]

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Work-Family Conflict at the Team Level

Work-Family Conflict at the Team Level

Lieke L. ten Brummelhuis of Erasmus University Rotterdam and the University of Pennsylvania, Annemarije Oosterwaal of Utrecht University and Arnold B. Bakker […]

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