A new landscape report conducted by Jake Rosenfeld, a professor of sociology in Arts & Sciences, examines the decline in worker power over the last several decades and outlines policy recommendations to rebalance the economic playing field for workers.
Economist Andrew Jordan in Arts & Sciences uses data analytics to uncover potential bias in the criminal justice system by studying the decisions made by courts, police and prosecutors.
John Horn, an economics expert at Olin Business School, explains the math of inflation and why focusing on the annual rate of change, rather than month-to-month inflation changes, makes an already bad situation look worse.
Brenda Barnicki, BSChE ’86, parlayed a candy-making hobby and job loss into a nonprofit for children’s charities.
Former WashU basketball player David Fatoki, BSBA ’15, is working his way up the administrative ladder of the NBA champion Golden State Warriors.
David Rogier earned a degree in political science in 2005, and has never let himself — or us — stop learning. In 2015, he created MasterClass as an online school for the rest of our lives.
According to leadership expert Kurt Dirks, anyone can be a leader. Here, he proposes three ways WashU can help transform the concept and create leaders who can make positive change.
Robyn LeBoeuf, professor of marketing at Olin Business School, searches how people’s time perceptions affect the way they make decisions.
New research from Olin Business School has identified one reason why some first-time producers struggle to repeat their initial creative productions while others go on to continually produce creative works.
Panos Kouvelis, at Olin Business School, is the 2022 recipient of the Manufacturing and Service Operations Management Society’s Distinguished Fellow Award, widely regarded as the highest honor that can be bestowed upon a research scholar in the field of operations management.