Commentary, Media Highlights, and Press Releases
Christopher Knittel on five reasons climate change is the worst environmental problem the world has ever faced.
Jónas Oddur Jónasson on how emotional states matter in service operations settings.
Tom Davenport and Randy Bean on changing human attitudes and behaviors around data.
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The $200,000 prize, the first ever awarded by MIT in the area of financial policy, will be given biennially starting in the spring of 2020.
Entrepreneurial Confidence and Communication Program made significant impact on student founders
Online interface simulates 100 years of energy, land and climate data in less than one second to identify solutions to limit warming to within 2 degrees Celsius by 2100
Can ethics be taught? Evidence points towards yes, according to new research that offers the first large sample study on how rules and ethics training affects behavior and employment decisions.
Golding, a former head of the Federal Housing Administration, will help lead in the mission to support governments in their role as financial institutions and regulators of the financial system.
The collaboration will focus on academic exchange, an innovative immersion program, and enhancing QUT’s entrepreneurship program with access to MIT’s global entrepreneurial networks.
Laura Kodres, will teach a new course, “Navigating Regulation in the Post-Global Crisis World," this fall.
MIT study explores the key factors behind patient outcomes in clinical trials evaluating new treatments for non-small-cell lung cancer.