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Ideas at Work Archive
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Know Thy Future Self; Follow the Retail Traders; Helping Consumers Cross the Boundary; Brand Lucky; The Democracy Network; Gaming the Electoral College; Is Ideology Psychology?; A Little Debt Can Curb Big Risks; Do Institutional Investors Have an Ace up Their Sleeve?; Mine Your Own Business: Market Structure Surveillance Through Text Mining
A Simple Equation; The Dark Side of Creativity; A Passive-Aggressive Path to Harvesting Risk Premiums; Taking Attendance with Teachers; Trading at Light Speed; A White Hat for Private Equity?; Strategy as Learning; Happy Birthday, Columbia Ideas at Work; Preserving the Delaware
Was Policy Failure behind China's Great Famine?; Are Watchdogs Corrupt, or Just Biased?; The Upside of the Sliding Scale; Shifting Out of Neutral; Risky Incentives and Executive Pay; The Mismeasure of Mispricing: The Case of Customer Satisfaction; Revenue Management with Costly Price Adjustments; Forecasting Uncertainty; How Do Business Groups Form and Evolve?
A Touch of Risk; The Art of Choosing; Remembering the Future; Want to Take a Gamble?; The Spirit of Glass-Steagall; What's a Handshake Worth?; The Limits of Leverage; Passing on a Bargain; Liquidity in Three Dimensions; Powerful Lies; Can’t Wait to Procrastinate; Why Do the Chinese Save So Much?
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