Evolving the Talented Tenth, to Become a Talented Majority

In the years just after the Civil War’s Reconstruction, scholars debated how to achieve economic progress for the American slave and their descendants.

Mentoring Works (until it doesn’t)

A group of intellectuals came together from Harvard, Stanford, London School of Economics, the US Federal government, and MIT to put their heads together to study what contributes to the probability of someone becoming an inventor and an “Einstein”.

Morality + Economics = Synergistic Impact

Divinity School graduates are thinking about how to create ‘good’ communities, sustainable investing, and moral leadership in economics.

Managing the Economic Impact of Rising Discrimination Concerns

Vox published a video on the risk some economically disadvantaged Americans take when walking in certain cities and States.

NO RISK of Job Loss with More Automation

There have been concerns that too much technology will reduce the number of jobs available.