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How to Prevent the Circulation of Misinformation?

Berkeley scholar investigates how huge data platforms like Facebook, YouTube, Twitter affect law and policy.
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The Efficacy of the Seven-Day Week: A Roadmap to Organize Reality

On this episode of Berkeley Voices, host Anne Brice, talks with Roqua Montez about how we are affected by the seven-day week.
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Burnout as an Opportunity to Refigure Reality

There is an urgent need to dispel the myth that burnout is the result of personal flaws rather than more entrenched societal dysfunctions.
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Causes Inhibiting the Benefits of Economic Policies

Policymakers must recognize the need to design policies that are accessible to everyone, not just a few expert financial-market participants.
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The Soaring Inflation of Today

On this episode of the Capitalisn’t podcast, the host talk with Chicago Booth’s Raghuram Rajan about the soaring inflation of today.
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The Importance of a Team

The best way to prepare your team for the company's financial viability and mission is to build a team that is sensitive to them.
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Ways to Facilitate an Improved Supply Chain

Making supply chains more transparent, resilient, and adaptable so that they work for individual customers by bringing them closer together.
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The Importance of SMEs in Furthering Sustainability

SMEs can contribute towards a more sustainable global economy as much as large corporations, since they make up 90% of existing companies.
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The Impact of the Great Resignation

The pandemic has caused many employees to leave their jobs, causing the Great Resignation, but employers have faced just as many challenges.
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Do Companies Let Go of the Right People After a Merger?

Yale SOM’s William English, a former economist at the Federal Reserve, talks about how the pandemic affected inflation and how to deal with it.
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The Relationship Between a Board and a Risky CEO

A board that is unsure and skeptical towards decisions made, can be the best defense against a CEO that might make rash and risky decisions.
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The Limitations of Having Excessive Free Time

UCLA Anderson’s Cassie Mogilner Holmes and colleagues found interesting things about the relationship between free time and happiness.
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