Podcast: What Authenticity Means to Stanford Professor Glenn Carroll


Podcast: What Authenticity Means to Stanford Professor Glenn Carroll

The appeal of authenticity is spreading.

Consumers really care about authenticity, but what makes something the real deal? Stanford professor Glenn Carroll and Insights by Stanford Business discuss his research on authenticity.

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