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When the Syriza party emerged victorious in Greece's national election last week, many citizens rejoiced at the promise of an easing of austerity measures. Professor George Serafeim believes having fresh people in government is a positive development, but fears they could point the country backward, away from competition and free-market forces.
In the last few presidential elections, personal selling--not mass advertising--has tipped the difference for Democrats. But that's not always the case. Doug J. Chung's lessons of electoral war for all marketers.
This paper by Christopher Avery, Alvin E. Roth, and Soohyung Lee examines non-price competition among colleges to attract highly qualified students, exploiting the South Korean setting where the national government sets rules governing applications.
Joel Goh and colleagues estimate that workplace stress is responsible for up to 8 percent of national spending on health care and contributes to 120,000 deaths a year. Is better management the fix?
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