Business & Research

Hindu loan officers who were exposed to Hindu-Muslim riots as children are more likely to lend to Hindus, not Muslims.

Businesses can have a higher purpose. More than that, they should, finds research by WashU Olin’s Anjan Thakor and the University of Michigan’s Robert E. Quinn.

Medicare Part D is a role model for publicly financed, privately provided social insurance programs. But how efficient is its mechanism for setting government subsidies?

Dishonest acts diminish a person’s ability to read others’ emotions, researchers found. And the consequences may reach into the workplace.

Inequity “is likely to be a significant problem” — especially for women, according to a new study of self-managed teams.

Sara Hannah