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  icon Fear, Not Government Shutdowns, Chilled the Economy 
             Chicago Booth Review
  icon Is the 'experimentation Organization' Becoming the Competitive Gold Standard? 
             Harvard Business School Working Knowledge
  icon Discrimination, Disenfranchisement and African American Wwii Military Enlistment 
             Harvard Business School Working Knowledge
  icon Leading Diversity: Why Listening and Learning Come Before Strategy 
             Knowledge@Wharton
  icon Racism and Digital Design: How Online Platforms Can Thwart Discrimination 
             Harvard Business School Working Knowledge
  icon Kids Can Have Their Cake and Their Broccoli Too 
             Chicago Booth Review
  icon How the Gig Economy Could Support Pandemic Recovery 
             Chicago Booth Review
  icon How Starbucks Came A Long Way On Customer Centricity 
             Knowledge@Wharton


  icon The Evolution of Ceo Compensation In Venture Capital-backed Startups 
             Harvard Business School Working Knowledge
  icon Investing In ‘rockstars’: How One Fund Is Building Businesses With Women of Color 
             Knowledge@Wharton
  icon What Jobs Are Being Done At Home During the Covid-19 Crisis? Evidence From Firm-level Surveys 
             Harvard Business School Working Knowledge
  icon Taiwan’s Tech-savvy Citizens Helped Flatten Its Covid-19 Curve 
             Knowledge@Wharton
  icon Can Regulation Rein In Algorithmic Bias? 
             Chicago Booth Review
  icon Line of Inquiry: George Wu On Negotiating Over Zoom 
             Chicago Booth Review
  icon Two Case Studies On the Financing of Forest Conservation 
             Harvard Business School Working Knowledge