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Labor Market Polarization and the New Geography of Jobs

By Tomasz Kamil Michalski, Eric Mengus

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The Role of Marketing in Climate Change: Carbon Footprinting and Pricing

By Daniel Halbheer

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Governance

Why former soldiers could make more trustworthy CEOs

By Georg Wernicke

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