Most people want to be happy. It is a desire that transcends age, culture, geographical location, political belief, religion, and life experience.
Why do seemingly positive activities have negative consequences?
If there is one consistent yet underappreciated principle for making good hires, it’s that process beats technology.
Despite widespread recognition that diversity in the workplace yields tangible benefits, the long-promised diversity revolution has stalled.
A quick look into the lives of hourly workers (almost 60 percent of the workforce) reveals that there is also a lot of financial unhappiness buried in people’s work schedule.
Economists have widely embraced the behavioral-economics revolution, but their textbooks have not. The “standard model” continues to dominate Econ 101 and introduce new generations to a neoclassical fantasyland.