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Greece in Crisis: Foucault and The Nuance of Power

Without a more nuanced understanding of the power dynamics at play, economic coercion will fail to bring Greece back into the European fold.

The Divisive Euro

In 1997, an economist looked at divided opinions about the Euro years before the currency was introduced.

The Richest Places in America

What do the richest places in America look like?

Who Suffers in Rude Workplaces?

Not everyone is impacted equally when it comes to workplace bullying and incivility.

Why Do People Support Charities?

A paper explores the reasons why people give to charities.

Hiring, Cultural Fit, and Discrimination

Executives make hiring decisions more by markers of social class than by actual qualifications.

“Uber for Sales” and Door-to-Door Vacuum Salesmen

The independent contractor model employed by Uber was used in the vacuum cleaner companies.

Whisky’s 550th

550 years of Whisky

Corporate Power, National Sovereignty, and the New “Free Trade” Deals

3 papers in the American Society of International Law's Proceedings of the Annual Meeting in the early 2000s explain international free trade topics
Cardboard Boxes With a Made In America Emblem

The Return of “Made in the USA”

A key impetus for the “Made in the USA” resurgence is more about business expenses.