Leadership

Loyola-Chicago conference finds a 'perfect storm' of mental barriers to climate action

Decision Science News | March 31, 2015

At the Second Annual Climate Change Conference at Loyola University Chicago, researchers discussed why it is so difficult to motivate people to undertake climate-friendly behavior changes. Elke Weber, Columbia Business School, discussed the psychological barriers we face when trying to be climate-friendly. These include that our decisions are often guided by emotion, rules and habits, and they often reflect a bias for the status quo.

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CDS Associate Director Featured at Forbes

Decision Science News | June 3, 2010

CDS Associate Director Eric J. Schoenberg has recently contributed a piece to Forbes magazine detailing his view on higher taxes for the wealthy.

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