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Jan/21 2021

Jan / 2021 21

The pandemic has been an economic disaster for women. Some took advant...

Early on, the data was “pretty clear that the pandemic recession would be a disaster for women,” said Debora Spar, professor and senior ...

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Jan/21 2021

Jan / 2021 21

Companies tap management gurus to tackle ‘unknowns’

Management gurus believe learnings from the financial crisis should be applied here. Rohit Deshpande, who is the Sebastian S Kresge Professo...

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Jan/21 2021

Jan / 2021 21

Issue salience and political stereotypes

Our beliefs about one another’s political attitudes tend to be substantially mis-calibrated. This column analyses the factors shaping vote...

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Jan/20 2021

Jan / 2021 20

Mission possible: How start-up thinking can help public projects

That’s the view of Mitchell Weiss, former chief of staff of the mayor’s office in Boston and now Harvard Business School professor, as s...

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Jan/19 2021

Jan / 2021 19

Engaging Community to Create Proactive, Equitable Public Safety

Can the mayor of Saint Paul, Minnesota, overhaul the city’s public safety framework amid budget shortfalls and national protests against p...

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Jan/18 2021

Jan / 2021 18

These are the 3 skills you need to succeed in 2021

If you’re looking to advance your career this year, the executive director of Harvard Business School Online suggests you hone your skills...

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Jan/17 2021

Jan / 2021 17

Note on January 6 Events at U.S. Capitol

On January 6th, American democracy was put to the test. The sight of a mob storming the Capitol—attacking police, threatening members of C...

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Jan/17 2021

Jan / 2021 17

Future of ‘brand Trump’: The first president to leave office poore...

“The big question is what damage the Trump political brand will do to the Trump business brand,” said Stephen Greyser, professor of mark...

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Jan/15 2021

Jan / 2021 15

‘We Need to Stabilize’: Big Business Breaks With Republicans

“They’re not just the money,” said Nancy Koehn, a historian at Harvard Business School. “They’re also this collective seal of appr...

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