Toxic, Poisonous and Stupid: Iraq War Decision-Making Ten Years On

Even within its own narrow terms the Iraq war was appallingly costly. A bad decision to invade was compounded by shambolic and ineffective leadership of the warfighting itself. Why? The answer seems to lie in the ways in which contemporary large organizations behave

10 years ago

Weekly Overview of Social Science News

The struggle to teach social science in Asia, the role of social science in preparing for climate change, and much more in this week’s Social Science News.

11 years ago

JMK Special Issue on Vietnam

The Journal of Macromarketing (JMK) has released its first country-specific special issue, featuring articles and commentaries about Vietnam that tie in to […]

11 years ago

Fishing for NTBs

William R. Schubert, Loyola University Chicago School of Law, published “Fishing for NTBs: The Catfish Wars as a Rent-Seeking Problem” on […]

11 years ago