Initial results for the Pfizer vaccine suggest that the vaccine is 95% effective. Eric Jacquier, clinical professor of finance, explains how this relatively small test sample can be used to make forecasts for the entire population.
COVID-19 infection rates and hospitalization rates are reaching new daily records, and deaths now have exceeded 240,000. The present surge in cases is the product of misguided state actions. Here are six priority actions that President-Elect Biden should undertake.
The recent #MeToo and Black Lives Matter movements have sparked increasing discussion around gender and racial diversity in the workplace. At the same time, organizations must not discriminate against other candidates. This concern has been amplified in recent years due to several high-profile investigations and
The tax policies proposed by President-elect Joe Biden has implications for your paycheck, investments, and retirement savings. Insights@Questrom spoke to Pete Lisowsky, tax expert and associate professor of accounting at Questrom, about what’s ahead for President-elect Biden’s tax plan.
Data from managers across the world about how they are coping with COVID-19 found a lack of clarity, fading connections, low motivation, and overwhelming workloads threaten to destroy teams if continued to persist.
While open collaboration platforms like Wikipedia have dramatically increased the world’s access to educational information, enormous gaps remain that may actually drive economic inequities. New research by Questrom's Dylan Walker and PhD student Kai Zhu uncovers a solution.