New research shows that the less frequently investors check their portfolios, the better off they are.
A new model can help economists understand how spouses make financial decisions — and why many couples struggle to save.
Women leaders boost the economies of fractious nations at much higher rates than their male counterparts.
New research finds that family CEOs put in fewer hours than professional CEOs.
New research shows that greater spending on biomedical research reduces future mortality rates.
Hugh Patrick discusses the liberalization of financial systems behind the remarkable economic development of China, Japan, and Korea.
For nursing, hyperlocal knowledge and experience are keys to stellar teamwork — delivering better healthcare while shrinking costs.
Individuals who view their colleagues as different than themselves focus less on getting along and more on getting to work.
New research suggests that when children in immigrant families learn a new language, their parents are less likely to also pick it up.