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DATE PUBLICATION TITLE FACULTY
April 01, 2021 Kellogg Insight To Escape Jim Crow–Era Discrimination and Violence, Some Black Men Passed as White. But How Many? Nancy Qian
March 18, 2021 Forbes India “Know What People Say About You in The Company” Jorg Spenkuch
January 22, 2021 VoxDex The dangers of emerging market competition: Evidence from Rwanda’s coffee supply chain Ameet Morjaria
January 12, 2021 Bloomberg Trump and the Capitol Mob: The Science of Unleashing Georgy Egorov
December 23, 2020 Kellogg Insight “Know What People Say About You in the Company.” Jorg Spenkuch
December 23, 2020 Kellogg Insight Podcast: To Lead Through a Crisis, You Need the “Straight, Unvarnished Truth” Jorg Spenkuch
December 01, 2020 Kellogg Insight How Racism Discouraged Volunteer Enlistment Immediately after Pearl Harbor Nancy Qian
November 11, 2020 Kellogg Insight How Auctions­ Help Solve Some of the World’s Most Complicated Problems Sandeep Baliga, Joshua Mollner, James Schummer, Jeroen Swinkels, Robert Weber
November 05, 2020 Northwestern Now David Austen-Smith and Cynthia Coburn awarded Ver Steeg Fellowship David Austen-Smith
October 29, 2020 Kellogg Insight What Is “Auction Theory,” and What Kinds of Questions Can It Answer? Joshua Mollner
October 21, 2020 Financial Times Crisis management courses prepare EMBA students for the worst Timothy Feddersen
October 09, 2020 Business Insider When executives make personal donations to politicians, they may have their own companies' interests in mind Edoardo Teso
October 05, 2020 Kellogg Insight When Executives Donate to Politicians, How Much Are They Keeping Their Companies’ Interests in Mind? Edoardo Teso
September 01, 2020 Kellogg Insight How Did School Desegregation Shape the Political Ideology of White Students Later in Life? Jorg Spenkuch
August 14, 2020 Forbes Spurring Economic Activity Will Be - And Must Be - The Hardest Task Ahead Of Us Jeffrey Ely
August 10, 2020 Business Insider How workers and students could be safely rotated into buildings to minimize COVID-19 infections, according to researchers Jeffrey Ely
August 07, 2020 Kellogg Insight Why Well-Meaning NGOs Sometimes Do More Harm than Good Erika Deserranno, Dean Karlan, Nancy Qian
August 03, 2020 Kellogg Insight Here’s the Best Way to Rotate Workers (or Students) into Buildings to Curb the Spread of Covid-19 Jeffrey Ely
August 01, 2020 Northwestern University Ver Steeg Fellowship David Austen-Smith
July 10, 2020 Kellogg Insight Does Social-Media Use Increase Xenophobia? Georgy Egorov

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