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US Fisheries Management Clears High Bar for Sustainability

5 days ago − NOAA National Marine Fisheries Service
Today, NOAA Fisheries announced the publication of a peer-reviewed self-assessment that shows the standards of the United States fishery management system under the Magnuson-Stevens Act more than meet the criteria of the United Nation's Food and Agriculture Organization's ecolabelling guidelines. These same guidelines serve as a basis for many consumer seafood certification and ranking schemes. The assessment demonstrates that the U.S. fisheries management system is particularly strong when considering…
• Gender Diversity in the Boardroom Key for LGBT Friendly Firms − 2 days ago
• Winning a Competition Predicts Future Dishonest Behavior - Ben-Gurion University Researchers − 3 days ago
• Teamwork Across Diversified Companies Gets a Boost from Equity Incentives, Rotman Research Shows − 4 days ago
• Brexit Could Place British Farming in Jeopardy Warns New Report − 5 days ago
• English Towns with a Jewish Heritage More Tolerant of Modern-day Immigration − 5 days ago
• Do Venture Capitalists Matter? − 2 days ago
• Study: Incentive Pay Not Motivating Enough for Some Managers − 10 days ago
• Coroporate Philantrhopy Can Have a Positive Impact on Employees − 10 days ago
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02-02-16

Teamwork Across Diversified Companies Gets a Boost from Equity Incentives, Rotman Research Shows

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02-04-16

Gender Diversity in the Boardroom Key for LGBT Friendly Firms
London, UK (February 4, 2016). Diversity in the boardroom is key to advancing lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT)- inclusive polices, finds a study published by SAGE in the…
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02-03-16

Winning a Competition Predicts Future Dishonest Behavior - Ben-Gurion University Researchers
BEER-SHEVA, Israel, February 3, 2016 - Researchers from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) and The Hebrew University of Jerusalem have determined that people who win a competition are…
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11-30-10

Benefits And Risks of a World Without Nuclear Weapons

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02-04-16

Do Venture Capitalists Matter?
Okay, entrepreneurs and venture capitalists, here are two words that can help your investment in a startup business succeed: direct flights. A new study co-authored by an MIT…
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02-01-16

US Fisheries Management Clears High Bar for Sustainability

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03-25-15

Preparing for Natural Disasters: What Policies Protect the Vulnerable Consumer?
Despite catastrophic earthquakes, the most vulnerable residents do not take steps to prepare themselves against future disaster, according to a new study in the Journal of Public Policy &…
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01-21-16

Assessment Aims to Maximize Greenhouse Gas Reductions from Bioenergy
Amsterdam, Jan. 21, 2016 - A study reported in the journal Energy used a new method, never before applied to the energy sector, to assess the "sustainability index" of…
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02-01-16

English Towns with a Jewish Heritage More Tolerant of Modern-day Immigration
Modern-day tolerance towards immigrants is significantly higher in English towns that welcomed medieval Jews, according to new research into persistent regional variations in attitudes to immigration. …
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04-13-15

New Study Reveals Link Between Arrival of Grandchildren And Early Retirement of Women
(Washington, D.C.) - According to financial planners, women face unique challenges when preparing to retire. A recent study co-authored by Robin Lumsdaine, Crown Prince of Bahrain Professor of International…
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02-01-16

Brexit Could Place British Farming in Jeopardy Warns New Report

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01-27-16

How Can Peers, Parents, Schools And New Media Stop Bullying?
Los Angeles, CA (January 27, 2016) A new review of research out today outlines roles and recommendations for peers, parents, schools and new media platforms to stop bullying. This…
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01-12-16

Tiebreaks Push Competition - Not Only in Sports

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01-27-16

Study: Incentive Pay Not Motivating Enough for Some Managers

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Economics

Low Wages Not Education to Blame for Skills Gap


1 months ago − University of Warwick
• Education And Industrial Variety Power High-growth Companies Nationwide − 22 days ago
• Educational Gains by Immigrants to US Not as Large as Believed, Study Finds − 23 days ago
• Tiebreaks Push Competition - Not Only in Sports − 25 days ago
• Study Uncovers Strategies for Increasing Charitable Giving − 1 months ago
• High Corporate Taxes Incentivize Corporate Debt − 10 days ago
• Research Looks at Impact of Hedge Fund Activism − 2 months ago
 
Sociology

Good Boss? Bad Boss? Study Says Workers Leave Both


10 days ago − University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
• US Fisheries Management Clears High Bar for Sustainability − 5 days ago
• Coroporate Philantrhopy Can Have a Positive Impact on Employees − 10 days ago
• Winning a Competition Predicts Future Dishonest Behavior - Ben-Gurion University Researchers − 3 days ago
• How Can Peers, Parents, Schools And New Media Stop Bullying? − 10 days ago
• Recognizing Health Concerns in Wind Energy Development a Key Recommendation in New Study − 10 days ago
• The Effects of the Trans-Pacific Partnership on Pharmaceutical Innovation − 15 days ago
 
Political Science

Study: Sequential Voting in Presidential Primaries Best System to Winnow Candidates


6 months ago − University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
• Study: We Trust in Those Who Believe in God − 1 months ago
• Addressing Climate Change Should Start with Policies to Increase Energy Efficiency − 2 months ago
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• Why Do People Vote Strategically, And for Whom? − 4 months ago
• Hiring More Minority Teachers in Schools Gives Fairer Perception of Discipline − 5 months ago
• English Towns with a Jewish Heritage More Tolerant of Modern-day Immigration − 5 days ago
 
Education, Learning
Recognizing Health Concerns in Wind Energy Development a Key Recommendation in New Study

10 days ago − University of Waterloo
As wind energy development blossoms in Canada and around the world, opposition at the community level is challenging the viability of the industry. A new study with research from the University of Waterloo, published in Nature Energy, identifies four major factors leading to disputes over wind farms, and offers recommendations on avoiding disagreements. …
• Tax Evasion Impacts Country Credit Ratings And Lending Costs Says New Study − 18 days ago
• US Science And Technology Leadership Increasingly Challenged by Advances in Asia − 18 days ago
• Educational Gains by Immigrants to US Not as Large as Believed, Study Finds − 23 days ago
• Waste Less at Home − 1 months ago
• Police Shootings of Black Males: A Public Health Problem − 1 months ago
• Internet Is the Primary Source of Information in Switzerland − 1 months ago
 
Labour Markets, Productivity

Low Wages Not Education to Blame for Skills Gap


1 months ago − University of Warwick
• Globalization Is Not Saving Developing Countries from Inequality − 4 months ago
• Gay And Lesbian Job Seekers Face Discrimination − 10 months ago
• Generous Welfare Benefits Make People More Likely to Want to Work, Not Less − 10 months ago
• Gender Diversity in the Boardroom Key for LGBT Friendly Firms − 2 days ago
• US Fisheries Management Clears High Bar for Sustainability − 5 days ago
 
Business

Study: Incentive Pay Not Motivating Enough for Some Managers


10 days ago − University of Texas at Dallas
• Winning a Competition Predicts Future Dishonest Behavior - Ben-Gurion University Researchers − 3 days ago
• Teamwork Across Diversified Companies Gets a Boost from Equity Incentives, Rotman Research Shows − 4 days ago
• Do Venture Capitalists Matter? − 2 days ago
• Coroporate Philantrhopy Can Have a Positive Impact on Employees − 10 days ago
• High Corporate Taxes Incentivize Corporate Debt − 10 days ago
 
Economic Growth
Do Venture Capitalists Matter?

2 days ago − Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Okay, entrepreneurs and venture capitalists, here are two words that can help your investment in a startup business succeed: direct flights. A new study co-authored by an MIT professor shows that venture capitalists do help startup firms by closely monitoring their development, and that the availability of direct airplane flights between the two parties helps improve that oversight. …
• Winning a Competition Predicts Future Dishonest Behavior - Ben-Gurion University Researchers − 3 days ago
• English Towns with a Jewish Heritage More Tolerant of Modern-day Immigration − 5 days ago
• US Fisheries Management Clears High Bar for Sustainability − 5 days ago
• High Corporate Taxes Incentivize Corporate Debt − 10 days ago
• Cost Burden of Quebec's Carbon Market Seen as Modest − 16 days ago
 
Developing Countries

Targeted Assistance Needed to Fight Poverty in Developing Coastal Communities


1 months ago − ARC Centre of Excellence in Coral Reef Studies
• Good Boss? Bad Boss? Study Says Workers Leave Both − 10 days ago
• The Effects of the Trans-Pacific Partnership on Pharmaceutical Innovation − 15 days ago
• US Science And Technology Leadership Increasingly Challenged by Advances in Asia − 18 days ago
• Banning Trophy Hunting Could Do More Harm Than Good − 29 days ago
• US Fisheries Management Clears High Bar for Sustainability − 5 days ago
 
Stock Markets

College Labor Market Still in High Gear


4 months ago − Michigan State University
• Latin America's Economic Prospects Dim into 2016 − 2 months ago
• Finance: Belief in Higher Returns from Private Equity May Be Misplaced − 3 months ago
• Removing Constraints on Minimum Lot Size Benefits Stock Exchanges And Investors − 2 months ago
• Overcoming Ethnic Divides Key to Fueling Stock Market Growth in Emerging Economies − 5 months ago
• How Stock Market's 'Spare Tire' Keeps Economy Churning During Banking Crises − 6 months ago
 
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