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Slaughter & Rees Report: The Fight Against Fat

Barack Obama’s presidency will forever be linked to his contentious, but ultimately successful, effort to enact comprehensive health care reform.

May 31, 2016

A Behavioral Approach to Management Science

Underlying most theoretical models in management science and economics is the assumption that people have a flawless understanding of their environment and can think infinitely in any given moment—perfect rationality.

May 25, 2016

Ing-Haw Cheng Receives Distinguished Referee Award

Tuck Assistant Professor of Business Administration Ing-Haw Cheng has received a Distinguished Referee Award from The Review of Financial Studies, a peer-reviewed academic journal published on behalf of the Society for Financial Studies.

May 24, 2016

Kaitlyn Ramirez D’09, T’16 Selected for Japanese Leadership Exchange Program

Ramirez will travel to Japan this summer as part of the Tomodachi-Mitsui & Co. Leadership Program.

May 16, 2016

How to predict Olympic results before the Games even start

A feature article about the Rio 2016 Olympic medal predictions made by Camila Gonzales T'16, using a formula created by Professor Andrew Bernard. Gonzales says that Russia’s ban has introduced some uncertainty into the predictions. “We could have a few surprises. In some ways, it could make the Games more egalitarian, because if you don’t have a huge player that wins a lot of gold medals, there is an opportunity for other countries.”

Jul 22, 2016

To Waste Food Is Human, But We Can Stop

An opinion piece by Punam Anand Keller examines the psychological factors—stemming from evolutionary roots—that cause humans to unconsciously waste food. “Human beings come pre-loaded with instincts and traits, and wasting food may be one of them,” says Keller. “But they are not deterministic. With a little awareness and the right strategies, we can outsmart ourselves for the betterment of our health and society.”

Jul 21, 2016