Tag: research

Why Psychology Tells Us What We Already Know

Why Psychology Tells Us What We Already Know

{♫Intro♫} In 1949, a group of sociologists published a book called The American Soldier. In it, they shared the results of years of research they’d done on soldiers in World War II. It was based on a bunch…

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Why people distrust companies that make profit

Why people distrust companies that make profit

Companies that seek profits are often seen as immoral and harmful, even when they make massive contributions to society. Researcher Amit Bhattacharjee of Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University discovered that people assume profits are the result of…

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’16 BSB Peter Westerhaus Started Non-Profit to Find Cures for Diseases – Carlson Alumni

’16 BSB Peter Westerhaus Started Non-Profit to Find Cures for Diseases – Carlson Alumni

People laugh but I grew up as a little kid sleeping with a football helmet on I loved everything about the game I was just so passionate about it Early in my collegiate career, redshirt freshman year, I…

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Are people COST or Capital i.e. INVESTMENT for the BUSINESS?

Are people COST or Capital i.e. INVESTMENT for the BUSINESS?

The biggest concern when I was looking at the literature in UK is that we term people as talent, people, workforce, human resource, human capital, human capital resource, employees, and some you know other terminologies now there are…

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McCombs Minute | February 20, 2020 | McCombs School of Business

McCombs Minute | February 20, 2020 | McCombs School of Business

Hi everyone, here is this week’s McCombs Minute. IROM professor Tricia Moravec was featured on KUT this week in a lengthy interview highlighting her fake news research. John Sibley Butler’s extensive essay about black enterprise and black entrepreneurship…

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Construction Workers and Musculoskeletal Disorders

Construction Workers and Musculoskeletal Disorders
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The looming superbug crisis: Politics, profit, and Big Pharma | Matt McCarthy

The looming superbug crisis: Politics, profit, and Big Pharma | Matt McCarthy

the discovery of antibiotics is one of the most remarkable stories in medicine. There was this young military physician named Alexander Fleming who was taking care of injured soldiers in 1914 at a makeshift military hospital in France….

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Laying Worker

Laying Worker

– Hi there, we’re here today to talk about laying worker colonies. We’ve got one right here in front of us, so we’re gonna have a look at that. The background behind this colony is it was a…

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Collaboration Employs New Strategies to Study the Spread of Cancer | Weill Cornell Medicine

Collaboration Employs New Strategies to Study the Spread of Cancer | Weill Cornell Medicine

The word collaboration to me really is something that’s essential for research. Collaboration is absolutely essential for success in science, particularly for science that’s as complicated as cancer. No one person has expertise to understand all the tools,…

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How to Profit From Infrastructure

How to Profit From Infrastructure

My name is David Holder, Senior Analyst at Morningstar. I’m here today to talk with Nick Britton, Head of Intermediary Communications at The Association of Investment Companies. Hello, Nick. Hi, David. Nick, we’re here to talk about infrastructure….

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