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Stocks Overvalued Longer And More Often Than Previously Thought, Says Study

12 hours ago − Columbia University
The collapse of the dot-com bubble followed by the housing bubble showed the potential for wild swings in asset prices to bring down global economies. A new study complicates the picture by showing that individual stocks may be overpriced for longer periods of time, and more often, than previously thought. …
• Alcohol Makes You Momentarily Happier but Not More Satisfied − 12 hours ago
• Disparity in Cultural Sector Funding Deprives Regional Museums, Libraries And Heritage Sites − 12 hours ago
• Perceived Diversity in Neighborhoods Is Related to More Prejudice, Study Finds − Yesterday
• Combining Your Home And Work Life Can Be Better for Role Performance Say Researchers − Yesterday
• What 'Democracy' in Gaza Tells Other Stateless Nations − 6 days ago
• Bosses Should Maintain Goodwill When Saying Goodbye to Ex-employees − 7 days ago
• Home Movers More Likely to Be Green Commuters, Study Finds − 7 days ago
• Crop Advances Grow with Protection − 7 days ago
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05-04-16

Disparity in Cultural Sector Funding Deprives Regional Museums, Libraries And Heritage Sites

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05-04-16

Combining Your Home And Work Life Can Be Better for Role Performance Say Researchers
London, UK (May 04, 2016). Leaving work at the office and home at the door may not always be the best strategy for employee well-being and performance, finds a…
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05-04-16

Alcohol Makes You Momentarily Happier but Not More Satisfied
Research suggests people are momentarily happier when drinking alcohol -- but that over longer periods, drinking more does not make them more satisfied with life. The research, led…
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05-04-16

Perceived Diversity in Neighborhoods Is Related to More Prejudice, Study Finds
People who think they live in diverse neighbourhoods are less likely to be accepting of minority ethnic groups, an international research project by the University of Sheffield has found.…
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05-04-16

Stocks Overvalued Longer And More Often Than Previously Thought, Says Study

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04-28-16

Bosses Should Maintain Goodwill When Saying Goodbye to Ex-employees
Even though saying farewell to departing employees is a more frequent occurrence in today's high-turnover industries, researchers suggest that leaders should maintain good relationships with these workers as they…
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04-28-16

Home Movers More Likely to Be Green Commuters, Study Finds
A study of 18,000 UK residents has found that people who have just moved house are significantly less likely to travel to work by car, opting for a greener…
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04-28-16

Crop Advances Grow with Protection

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04-28-16

What 'Democracy' in Gaza Tells Other Stateless Nations
An international conference in the highly contested region of Northeast India has heard from a University of Kent expert on sovereignty in stateless nations what can be learned from…
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04-27-16

Families with Kids Increasingly Live Near Families Just Like Them
WASHINGTON, DC, April 25, 2016 -- Neighborhoods are becoming less diverse and more segregated by income -- but only among families with children, a new study has found. …
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04-27-16

Does Learning Improve When Every Student Gets a Laptop?

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Could Off-grid Electricity Systems Accelerate Energy Access?

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04-27-16

Study Finds Shifting Gaps in Educational Attainment among Students of Different Incomes
A new NYU Steinhardt study published in the journal AERA Open looks at income-based gaps in educational attainment. While the difference in high school graduation rates between high- and…
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Economics

Stocks Overvalued Longer And More Often Than Previously Thought, Says Study


12 hours ago − Columbia University
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Sociology
Alcohol Makes You Momentarily Happier but Not More Satisfied

12 hours ago − University of Kent
Research suggests people are momentarily happier when drinking alcohol -- but that over longer periods, drinking more does not make them more satisfied with life. The research, led by a social policy expert at the University of Kent, also found that people who developed drinking problems were less satisfied with life. …
• Perceived Diversity in Neighborhoods Is Related to More Prejudice, Study Finds − Yesterday
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Political Science

Study: Divided Parties Rarely Win Presidential Elections


1 months ago − University of Georgia
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Education, Learning

Widespread Sexual Harassment Persists in India


1 months ago − Michigan State University
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Labour Markets, Productivity
Half of Syrians Living in Germany Favor Ceiling

27 days ago − Cluster of Excellence "Religion and Politics"
According to an Emnid survey, four fifths of people who originate from Syria and who have been in Germany for quite some time appreciate the country's open policy towards refugees. However, half of the respondents advocate an admission ceiling. Three quarters of those surveyed show solidarity with the newcomers from Syria. The representative survey among immigrants of Syrian origin and their children in Germany, which the Cluster of Excellence…
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Business
Bosses Should Maintain Goodwill When Saying Goodbye to Ex-employees

7 days ago − Penn State
Even though saying farewell to departing employees is a more frequent occurrence in today's high-turnover industries, researchers suggest that leaders should maintain good relationships with these workers as they exit. …
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Economic Growth
Perceived Diversity in Neighborhoods Is Related to More Prejudice, Study Finds

Yesterday − University of Sheffield
People who think they live in diverse neighbourhoods are less likely to be accepting of minority ethnic groups, an international research project by the University of Sheffield has found. Dr Aneta Piekut, of Sheffield Methods Institute, and Professor Gill Valentine, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Social Sciences, investigated how attitudes towards minority ethnic groups are related to actual and perceived diversity by conducting a survey of communities in Leeds, UK, and…
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Developing Countries

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Stock Markets

Stocks Overvalued Longer And More Often Than Previously Thought, Says Study


12 hours ago − Columbia University
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