MIT Sloan Reunion offers a special opportunity to connect with your classmates and members of the MIT Sloan community virtually.
Why do many U.S. colleges give preference to applicants who are relatives of alumni? A new paper coauthored by MIT Sloan Professor Emilio J. Castilla sheds light on this question.
Hint: They Involve food.
New research finds that when U.S. companies switched away from standardized pay rates for blue-collar jobs in the late 1970s and 1980s, workers’ real wages declined.
MIT Sloan Assistant Professor Anna Stansbury has been named to the “40-Under-40 Best MBA Professors” list for 2023 by Poets & Quants, an online publication focused on graduate business education.
The Journal of the International Ombuds Association (JIOA) has announced plans for a special issue focused on the scholarly contributions of MIT Sloan Adjunct Professor Mary P. Rowe and their impact on our understanding of the ombuds profession.
MIT Sloan Professor Nathan Wilmers is one of the winners of the LERA (Labor and Employment Relations Association) 2023 John T. Dunlop Scholar Award. This award recognizes outstanding academic research contributions that address industrial relations and employment problems of national significance, a...
In an effort to attract a diverse pool of talented candidates, many contemporary U.S. employers seek to craft gender-neutral job postings by editing language in the postings that may have masculine or feminine connotations. But how much difference do such practices make in reality? Not that much, su...