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Studies from Harvard University provide new data on business
February 28th, 2009
"Elizabeth Warren and Amelia Tyagi argue that consumer credit should be made as safe as any other product. Paul Collier and Jean-Louis Warnholz reveal an increasingly investment-friendly climate in sub-Saharan Africa. Amy J.C," investigators in the United States report.
"Cuddy asserts that warmth and competence are not mutually exclusive. John Sviokla predicts a surge of peer-to-peer lending in the wake of the financial crisis. Noah J. Goldstein demonstrates the power of social pressure in guiding customers' behavior. Raymond Fisman urges the creation of a global forensic economics lab modeled on Interpol. Paul Saffo warns of a brain drain out of the United States. Janine...
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Source: Business and Finance Week (2009-02-28)