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    Photo by Jannes Van den wouwer on Unsplash
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    ROBERT CAPLIN/NYT/Redux/laif
    IN THE MEDIA: Paul Volcker and the End of Inflation as Our Parents Knew It

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    Photo by Jorge Zapata on Unsplash
    Gut Feelings VS “Rational” Calculations

    Do years of individual experience overpower more sophisticated models of judging when it comes to real-world decision making?

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    The Opportunity Atlas
    How to Fix the American Dream

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    Photo by Kirill Sharkovski on Unsplash
    IN THE MEDIA: China Cables

    The “China Cables”, a series of so far secret government documents on the political guidelines for the mass detention of Muslim minorities in northwestern China, has been made accessible to the public. Photo: Kirill Sharkovski…

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    Photo by Thought Catalog on Unsplash
    Cutting down the WeWorkforce

    The much-hyped office space company is said to be planning to cut its workforce by a third.

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    For many people, the word “whistleblowing” – a term much bandied about in the United States of late – conjures up feelings of betrayal. But blowing whistles plays a central role in subjugating institutional misconduct.…