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Making Sense of Economic Models by HEC Professor Itzhak Gilboa - ©Fotolia - tomertu_web

Economics is not considered the most successful scientific discipline, to say the least. There are various lines of critique of the field, some more justified than others. Two recent research papers attempt to add new angles to this methodological discussion, arguing that economic models can be useful and serve society in ways that differ from the classical view of science.

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Micro-economics7 December 2016

Do people manage their time like their money?

Time and money are two valuable and scarce resources that individuals try to manage optimally in (...)

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Micro-economics7 December 2016

How should we decide in the face of uncertainty?

How should governments decide in the face of radical uncertainties, such as those concerning (...)

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Business Strategy14 November 2016

Resource-rich firms make attractive business allies

A business partnership is much like a marriage. Both parties bring something to the table and join (...)

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As far removed as they seem to be from executive boardrooms, civil rights campaigners and (...)

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In their recent examination of a multinational enterprise¸ Rodolphe Durand and Anne Jacqueminet (...)

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Innovation & Entrepreneurship3 May 2016

How knowledge can stimulate but also impede creativity

An insightful study provides a response to the long-standing question of why people's creativity (...)

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New research reveals that corporate regulations introduced in the UK in 2002 have helped keep CEO (...)

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